Doesn't look like any track has been replaced (at least that I could see) and there are pandrol clips missing here and there. Interestingly, a short section of rail (about 8 sleepers long) which has been in the pit for a long time, and I had always thought was a 'temporary' replacement for a broken rail, has been left in place. The joins at both ends are badly worn (one end appears to have a larger than normal expansion gap) and the platform shudders at that point when trains are passing. Travelling on the train tonight, the ride over this rail actually seemed worse than before the re-sleepering was done. Bit surprised this section wasn't re-railed, especially given the unyielding base provided by concrete sleepers, which will surely exacerbate the forces on the rail at that point and any corresponding wheel damage?
Does anyone know when the works team will be back to install the remaining sleepers? (or will they remain on the side of the track to gather weeds, as per the piles of sleepers between Richmond and Flinders St?) Also, will the express and down local lines also be re-sleepered?
Doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason about which track has been re-sleepered - plenty of other sections in the area that appear as bad, or worse, than the section that has been re-done. But then perhaps that section had persistent track circuit faults, or some other problem that is not apparent to the naked eye?