Engines out of service, Granville, Sydney
|Collections||National Union of Railwaymen of Australia|
|Date created:||30 July 1916|
Photograph of five engines in a line, with grass and bare trees in the foreground. Granville, near Parramatta featured early in the history of the railways in New South Wales. The state's first railway connection, which opened on 26 September 1855, ran between Sydney and Granville. Additionally, many of New South Wales Government Railways' first Australian-made locomotives were built by the Clyde Engineering Company at its Granville plant. I
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