February 24, 2019, 11:04 am
October 9, 2019, 1:19 am
Pacific National locomotives 9035, 9029 and TT130 pass through Lochinvar station on an empty coal train bound for the Moolarben Coal Complex.
The difference in 90 class locomotives is evident.
9029 was part of FreightCorp's original order of 31 units from Canda and is seen in a very dirty, modified FreightCorp Livery.
9035, one of 4 Australian built units (and final of the class) is wearing the current Pacific National corporate livery.
The original 31 90 Class locomotives are currently going through a repainting program.
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