Trains - Steam - Duke of Edinburgh 621 Photography

Stock Stock Images By Paul Ross

Steam Engine 621 - Duke of Edinburgh is seen here pulling into the restored Strathalbyn Railway Station in the Adelaide region, to pick up tourists on its journey to Victor Harbour, on the South Coast of South Australia. This majestic train commands attention as it passes by, whistles bellowing and steam pouring from the funnels as it echos the bygone era of rail transport.



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1. Steam Locomotive 621 - Duke of Edinburgh. . The steam locomotive 621 - the Duke of Edinburgh - was built in 1936 at the Islington Works, Adelaide, South Australia. It now takes tourists through the Adelaide Hills to the South Coast.

2. Steam Locomotive 621 - Duke of Edinburgh. . Steam Train 621 - Duke of Edinburgh - built in 1936 at Islington Works, Adelaide, South Australia.

3. Steam Locomotive - Duke of Edinburgh. . The Steam Locomotive 621 - Duke of Edinburgh - built in 1936 in Islington Works, Adelaide, South Australia.

4. Steam Locomotive 621 - Front View. . The front view of steam locomotive 621, built in 1936 at the Islington Works, Adelaide, South Australia.

5. Steam and Wheels - Side View. . A view of the steam and wheels of Locomotive 621, built in 1936 at the Islington Works, Adelaide, South Australia.

6. Duke of Edinburgh Steam Train 621. . Steam Engine 621 steams out of the railway station at Strathalbyn, South Australia, headed for the South Coast, carriages filled with tourists enjoying their ride.

7. Steam Train 621 - Side View of Wheels. . A view of the steam and wheels of Locomotive 621, built in 1936 at the Islington Works, Adelaide, South Australia.

8. Duke of Edinburgh - Steam Engine 621 moves out. . Steam train 621 moves out and continues its journey.

9. Wheels and Steam from the Duke Of Edinburgh Engine 621. . A view of the steam and wheels of Locomotive 621, built in 1936 at the Islington Works, Adelaide, South Australia.

10. Passengers are Called to the Carriages - Ready to Steam Ahead. . Building up steam to continue the journey.

11. A Train Operator. . One of the crew of the Duke of Edinburgh checking the track ahead.

12. All Aboard - Steam billows from Engine 621. . Steam builds ready to continue the journey - passengers are called aboard.

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