Streeewth, am running out of month, but far from running out of 44 class.
4403 42220 8168 are passing Hope Street on their way to Rozelle yard to work the Griffith Speedfreight. The final weeks of the 44 class saw us here on many an evening in an effort to grab our last glimpses of these magnificent beasts in action.
4403 has since been preserved and just recently painted back into indian red (because there isn't already enough in that livery), 42220 is now CFCLA's FL220 and I suspect 8168 is running around the start in either Freightrail blue or the more attractive PN one.
Distinguished from her similarly painted sister, 4480, by the lack of number on the nose door.
4489 has just arrived at the former Beachamp Road level crossing in Matraville and proceeds to run around before pushing back into the port.
That beautiful ALCo nose. 4431 awaits scrapping at Junee, while 4486 had just been restored at Cowra.