It is quite possible the series will now run into May.
In the meantime, here be another juicy selection from the final years.
The end is nigh with the last loco hauled Goulburn train having arrived in Sydney Terminal and run around. It will shortly leave for the very last time.
This event was even covered by the media, with one Sydney major featuring a photo of the train, as well ad David Xuereb, the late Bruce Cook and the Semi-Retired Foamer himself.
Both 44s live on.
Taree, at this time, was a hotspot for ALCo action, with no lesser makes to be seen.
Late one Saturday night we found 4403 sitting at Cooks River staff hut for a while. Twas awaiting its chance to buggar off towards Port Botany.
Obviously in those days I had not real life which, while quite sad, is worth it now.
4472 become one of the lucky ones and has survived till today.
Many an hour was spent at High Street station during the first half of the 90s, with the Coachstop Caravan park being the gnzel residence of choice prior to the Neath Hotel.
4470 is seen heading through the station on the down.
Siggggh - days much missed.