Broad gauge movements within, as well as into and out of APT hasn't been possible for a number of years
I am well aware that there is no broad gauge connection at either end of the terminal these days, I am just wondering whether anyone knows if any of the stored carriages at the southern end of the APT sidings were taken out of service before Adelaide-Melbourne was standardised and therefore never got taken off their broad gauge bogies.
I guess another way to look at it is more BG freight into outer harbour ?
No. The closest you'll get is the slim chance that someone might decide to use some of the now redundant broad gauge freight wagons as artificial reefs in the area.
No freight has been going to Outer Harbor on the Adelaide Metro broad gauge line for many years now as it does not have access to any freight facility there. Any broad gauge freight to the area was going on the dual gauge line on the eastern side of Le Fevre Peninsula, and approaching the Outer Harbor area from the east rather than the south.