1950 - 51. Photographs

Stacking Barley for Export, Port Adelaide50a

Ladies toilet room and powder bar in the first class coach for the new Overland. Each car is air conditioned and will accommodate 60 passengers in Wakefield type reclining and rotating chairs.50b

High class motor coach used on the temporary road passenger service between Naracoorte and Mount Gambier pending the completion of the gauge broadening. Contract for this service is held by Mr T. M. Bradey.

50c

750 Class 5 ft 3 in gauge locomotive, one of the ten new engines purchased from the Victorian Railways. Built by the North British Locomotive Co., Glasgow, these engines have a tractive effort of 28,650 lbs. Weight of engine and tender, in working order, 124 ton 13 cwt. 29 lb.50d
Wheeling of 1,760 h.p. diesel electric locomotive50e Lowering 1,760 h.p. diesel engine into locomotive frame50f 6-wheel cast steel bogie for 1,760 h.p. diesel electric locomotives50g Assembly of roof - New joint stock cars50h
Assembly of Combolets - Islington Workshops50i

Ovingham - Automatically operated road barriers and flasher lights at Torrens Road level crossing on the Main North Line (double track)

50j

Islington - Two-roomed cottages provided as temporary homes for married migrant tradesmen50k Tailem Bend - English prefabricated cottages in course of erection for the staff50l