Powerline "HO" Scale Locomotive


PT2-1-359 Victorian Railways T359 (High Cab)

A Victorian Railways T Class Series 2 (T3) locomotive.
Painted in the later VR livery of blue and yellow with yellow handrails.
As operated by the Victorian Railways in their later years
 T358 and T360 available

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PT2-2-364 V/line T364 (High Cab)

A V/Line T Class Series 2 (T3) locomotive.

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PT2-2-366 V/line T366 (High Cab)

A V/Line T Class Series 2 (T3) locomotive

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PT2-4-363 WCR T363 (High Cab)

A West Coast Railways T Class Series 2 (T3) locomotive.
As operated by WCR from Melbourne to Warrnambool

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PT3-1-367 VR (early) T367 (Low Nose)

A Victorian Railways T Class Series 3 (T4) locomotive
Painted in the early VR blue and yellow that the locomotive was
first released in. Featuring all blue except for yellow logo and stripes
with builders plate and staff exchanger pockets.

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PT3-1-395 Victorian Railways T395 (Low Nose)

A Victorian Railways T Class Series 3 (T4) locomotive.
Painted in the later VR livery of blue and yellow with yellow handrails.
As operated by the Victorian Railways in there later years. With yellow
Handrails and step ends, no builders plate and no staff exchangers.

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PT3-2-375 V/line T375 (Low Nose)

A V/Line T Class Series 3 (T4) locomotive

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PT3-2-393 V/line T393 (Low Nose)

A V/Line T Class Series 3 (T4) locomotive

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PT3-6-388 Freight Australia T388 (Low Nose)

A Freight Australia green and yellow T Class Series 3 (T4) locomotive.

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T3-6-400 Freight Australia T400 (Low Nose)

A Freight Australia green and yellow T Class series 3 (T5) locomotive.
The Series 3 T5 T-Class locomotive was the last batch of T Class locomotives
made for the Victorian Railways. They had more horse power, had a distinctive
porthole above the brake gear on the long hood and the last few became H-Class
locomotives. Later on still some were sold off to Australian National to be come
CK-Class locomotives operating in South Australia.

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PT2-1-360 Victorian Railways (early) T360 (High Cab)

A Victorian Railways T Class Series 2 (T3) locomotive
Painted in the early VR blue and yellow that the locomotive was
first released in. Featuring all blue except for yellow logo and stripes
with builders plate and staff exchanger pockets.  T358 and T360

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PT2-1-358 Victorian Railways T358 (High Cab)

A Victorian Railways T Class Series 2 (T3) locomotive

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PT3-1-403 Victorian Railways (early) T403 (Low Nose)

A Victorian Railways T Class Series 3 (T5) locomotive
Painted in the early VR blue and yellow that the locomotive was
first released in. Featuring all blue except for yellow logo and stripes
with builders plate and staff exchanger pockets.

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PT3-2-386 V/Line T386 (Low Nose)

A V/Line Series 3 (T4) T-Class locomotive in the early V/Line livery.

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PT3-4-369 West Coast Railway T369 (Low Nose)

A West Coast Railways series 3 (T4) T-Class locomotive that operated
Between Melbourne and Warrnambool as well as all over the state of
Victoria under contract. This paint scheme lasted until at least 2007.

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PT3-7-373 Great Northern T373 (Low Nose)

A Great Northern Rail series 3 (T4) T-Class locomotive operated by
Great Northern Rail Services in Melbourne from 1999 through to about 2004.
Named Precilla Was still in GNR colours in 2006.

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PT3-10-387 York Peninsula Railway T387 (Low Nose)

The York Peninsula Railway Series 3 (T4) T-Class locomotive that operated
On the York Peninsula Railway tourist attraction in South Australia and
operated by the Lions Club from the late 1990s till early 2000s.
Was acquired by CFCLA about 2004.

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PH1-6 Freight Australia H1

A Freight Australia H-Class locomotive as operated to the current day

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PH2-2 V/Line H2

A V/Line H-Class locomotive as operated by V/line in the 1980s.

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PH3-1 VR H3

A Victorian Railways H-Class Locomotive as operated by the VR.
This model is an early version when H-Class were first used.

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P204S-67 Stealth 8167

This is a New South Wales 81 Class locomotive painted in the experimental SRA
Livery that became known as the "STEALTH".
This locomotive has dual electric motors. 

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P204S-75 Stealth 8175

This is a New South Wales 81 Class locomotive painted in the experimental SRA
livery that became known as the "STEALTH".
This locomotive has dual electric motors.

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P206-08 Freight Rail 8108

This is a New South Wales 81 Class locomotive in the standard Freight Rail,
later Freight Corp, blue livery that operates through out NSW from Nov 1990.
This locomotive is a single motor version.

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P206-81 Freight Rail 8181

This is a New South Wales 81 Class locomotive in the standard Freight Rail,
later Freight Corp, blue livery that operates through out NSW from Nov 1990.
This locomotive is a single motor version.

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P206-84 Freight Rail 8184

This is a New South Wales 81 Class locomotive in the standard Freight Rail,
later Freight Corp, blue livery that operates through out NSW from Nov 1990.
This locomotive is a single motor version.

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P207-77 Freight Rail 8177

This is a New South Wales 81 Class locomotive in the standard Freight Rail,
later Freight Corp, blue livery that operates through out NSW from Nov 1990.
This locomotive is a dual motor version.

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PR481-1-03 48 Class Mk1 NSWGR Tuscan 4803

This is a New South Wales 48 Class Mark 1 locomotive in the NSWGR Tuscan livery.
This was the first of many paint liveries for the 48 Class (1959-1981)

ALL NEW TOOLING
ALL NEW LOCOMOTIVE
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PR482-1-65 48 Class Mk1 NSWGR Tuscan 4865

This is a New South Wales 48 Class Mark 2 locomotive in the NSWGR Tuscan livery.
This was the first of many paint liveries for the 48 Class (1959-1981)

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ALL NEW LOCOMOTIVE
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PR483-1- 48 Class Mk1 NSWGR Tuscan 4894

This is a New South Wales 48 Class Mark 3 locomotive in the NSWGR Tuscan livery.
This was the first of many paint liveries for the 48 Class (1959-1981)

ALL NEW TOOLING
ALL NEW LOCOMOTIVE
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PR484-1-136 48 Class Mk1 NSWGR Tuscan 48136

This is a New South Wales 48 Class Mark 4 locomotive in the NSWGR Tuscan livery.
This was the first of many paint liveries for the 48 Class (1959-1981)

ALL NEW TOOLING
ALL NEW LOCOMOTIVE
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P232A-125 Mk3 Candy 48125

This is a New South Wales 48 Class Mark 3 locomotive in the NSWR Candy livery.
The red, yellow, orange and white striped livery was likened to a stripped lolly.
This livery was first released in Sept 1982.

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P233A-94 Mk3 Red Terror 4894

This is a New South Wales 48 Class Mark 3 locomotive in the NSWR Red Terror livery. The candy livery was considered too time consuming to apply so from July 1983.
Red was retained along with the white but orange and yellow were dropped.
The result is the livery known as the Red Terror

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P233A-95 Mk3 Red Terror 4895

This is a New South Wales 48 Class Mark 3 locomotive in the NSWR Red Terror livery. The candy livery was considered too time consuming to apply so from July 1983.
Red was retained along with the white but orange and yellow were dropped.
The result is the livery known as the Red Terror

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P234Y-35 Mk1 Silverton 48s35

This is a former NSWR 48 Class Mk1 purchased by private operator Silverton.

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P234Y-37 Mk1 Silverton 48s37

This is a former NSWR 48 Class Mk1 purchased by private operator Silverton.

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P239-14 AUSTRAC 4814

This is a former NSWR 48 Class Mk1 purchased by private operator AUSTRAC.
Originally NSW Govt sold these on 4th Dec 1994 to S.Sheerif and reworked to
Become part of the AUSTRAC fleet.

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P239-36 AUSTRAC 4836

This is a former NSWR 48 Class Mk1 purchased by private operator AUSTRAC.
Originally NSW Govt sold these on 4th Dec 1994 to S.Sheerif and reworked to
Become part of the AUSTRAC fleet.
 

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