First up, only one bit of soot in the eye from the standard goods' exhaust and its backwards off that tender!
That was 4913 being banked by 5364 on Tumulla Bank in January 1965, by the way.
Next up, look at these two lads taking the shortest possible route in front of 2010.
It was the last train to Camden and it was stationary at the time.
Next up, laying a 30 class down to rest.
Those men inspecting 3137 were railwaymen. I am not sure that all of the people in the following shot were, and it would seem that not too many were sun-safe either!
The last snap was from New Year's Day 1964 when 4529 ran off the rails at Unanderra. Nice start to the year for that crew. Next up, the ordinary, but with the potential for so much to go wrong.
I love how 3 kids appear to be climbing into the cab, all at once. That was the sort of thing you did in Wollongong in the late 1970s and nothing ever went wrong.
Next up a toast-rack tram at SPER's old site. These were great fun and the conductors encouraged the kids to hang out. Also from the 1970s.
In 1980 the Railways ran a successful celebration of 125 years of service at Central. I just love the angle that this interested patron takes whilst on 4836's running board.
Definitely don't try this at home. How do you test for hot boxes on express trains? Well, you use the back of your hand...
That was also from 1980 - at Taree as the North Coast Daylight rolled through.
And what could go wrong with slippery soapy water to clean 44234's windscreen???
And to finish up, imagine getting that hair caught in the buffing plate....
Things are certainly safer and maybe just a bit more boring these days.