My father, who is now in his 90's, grew up on the family farm at Lethbridge in the years 1935 to 1942. This was a large farm just south of the station and the rail line ran through the middle of their sheep property and close to the house. My father is trying to recall what locos he saw running but believes there were not many trains running on the line, which I do not believe was the case. He has fond memories of travelling to and from school (Geelong) behind the A2's - and can recall the C's hauling the goods. I am interested to know how much traffic this line would have seen, I thought pre-war the VR was quite busy and most lines carried substantial traffic, especially in the wheat season (I have a feeling wheat was transported to and loaded at the port at Geelong?). Maybe some historians/older enthusiasts reading this can give a clearer picture of what traffic would have been running over this line during these years?