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A classic pose is shown here at Bombo in 1986 as the up South Coast Daylight slowly trundles through.Bowning boasted some interesting signals, the underslung lower quadrants were pulled by levers 7 (left) and 4 (right).
The concrete pad in the foreground is the floor of the one-time grain shed.This was situated at the Albury end of the platform road; the left signal was for the loop to Corowa (lever 7) and the right signal (lever 6) was for the Corowa line from the back platform road.East Hills was the terminus for many years and this shows the Signal Box diagram depicting the simple layout of the station which was single line to this point. The view looking down the line to the location of Fish River.The view looking north from Gosford Railway Station towards Etna Street roadbridge.Photograph taken from the drivers' cabin of locomotive 8239, which was on display at Platform One at Gosford Railway Station.The view looking down from an aeroplane over the Central Station area. Adjacent tothe main platform was the brick faced (and wide) Hawkesbury Racecourse platform.
In the left foreground are the suburban platforms, with the country platforms on their right. The grassy platform was located on the opposite side of the line from Clarendon Station and had the tall down home signal situated in the middle.
The foundations of the former signal box are visible at right. A panoramic shot of the Brickworks, now a part of the Olympic complex, back in 1982.
Brickworks Signal Box can be seen in the centre and this was frequent home for storing "red rattlers".
The tall signal post behind shows the home for the up main (lever 31) and the signal to control the entrance to the up refuge line behind the platform.
The derelict station building on the down platform in July 1988, shortly before its demolition.
The view looking south towards Central station from an approaching train.