PN NR17 and NR40 top and tailed about a longish rake of RHKY hoppers.
The train was on the unloading siding with NR17 at the Country end and NR 40 at the Sydney end.
The train was split into two(2) halves about the unloading shed with 2/3rds of hoppers that make up the rake attached to NR17
There were no hoppers in the shed, the other 1/3 of the rake was attached to NR40
There was no hoppers on the loop siding like before
Unsure if the engines were operating or shut-down? Unsure of the number of RHKY hoppers that were in the rake
"Stop" boards are still not noted either side of the unloading shed, but perhaps there is some explanation as to why the rake / train was split?
Hope this is of interest,