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Rhodes Railway Station, NSW

A great place to photograph south bound trains

State Dockyard, NSW

Enter from dykes road. Newcastle port area

Sydney Terminal, NSW

Sydney Terminal has long since been the departure point for many Intercity, Regional and Interstate services, from the NSWGR to todays modern passenger trains. Sydney Terminal is also visited weekly by The Indian Pacific, as well as frequent heritage tours operated around the state. It is quite handy for photography both day and night, especially when locomotive hauled trains are using the runaround road located between platforms one and two.

Broadmeadow Roundhouse and Loco, NSW

Opened in 1924, at its busiest Broadmeadow depot featured two roundhouses with No. 2 turntable having 42 radial roads. It was the last stronghold of mainline steam in New South Wales, having the dubious honour of preparing the motive power for the last mainline NSWGR steam train in 1973. Due to a changing railway landscape the depot was closed on 24 December 1994. The closure is attributed to the increased through-running of locomotives (National Rail), and new motive power being serviced elsewhere (82 and 90 class locomotives, maintained at Kooragang Island). The remaining roundhouse structure around No. 2 turntable now houses several NSWRTM and RailCorp Heritage owned assets, including 4102.

Pitnacree Road Overbridge, NSW

One of the best spots for Up and Down trains in both directions in the Hunter Valler

East Maitland, NSW

The view from Pintacree Road gives great views of up trains.

Tighes Hill, NSW

Tighes Hill is a great place to photograph and observe trains, in particular coal trains, between the coal fields and the Port Waratah and Carrington areas.

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