As the word had passed around…well, around our volunteers anyway. Yesterday was a huge day of rolling stock movements in the Cooma yard. The first time in almost a decade that trains have moved along the rails at Cooma.

Not only were we able to move Locomotive 3203 into it’s new temporary shelter beside the Goods Shed, we were able to re-arrange our heritage wagons so that our current restoration projects, MBC22959 and L759 have been moved into more optimal locations for restoration work.

Thank you to all of our volunteers for ensuring that we had such a successful day. These operations don’t happen without hours of careful planning from all corners of our railway.

A big shout out to our trusty Diesel Shunting Locomotive, Landcruiser 44101. (Well technically it was shunting, and it is a diesel…🤷‍♂️)

👉 Please Note: This rolling stock movement was a planned event, after consultation with ONRSR that was executed under the guidance of our approved manual movement of rail vehicle procedure by qualified personnel in accordance with the conditions of our accreditation.