Shunting tender at the Clyde railway yards, Sydney
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Photograph of a number of trains in a yard with a distant view of the city. The tender, the cars connected to the locomotive that carries coal, is in the centre of the tracks. Goods wagons can be seen to the left on more tracks. There is a signal post to the right and many telegraph and power poles. A fence borders the road alongside the yard. Since July 1892, the Clyde rail yards have marshalled locomotives and rolling stock, including suburban tank engines and rail motors.
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