And my small selection of shots from the Sunday:
3265 sits at the end of platform 5, having not budged an inch since Friday evening (and didn't 'till the Monday). The hose was keeping the tender stocked up with water throughout the weekend, with there being more than sufficent coal to maintain the 70-130lbs per sq." for display.
The display train/dining train sits on platform 3, ready to return to platform 5 to turn back into the display train. The formation from the Sydney end of the platform was:
3265 (not coupled up), Observation Car GMS 1, Southern Auroura Sleeping car Twinette NAM 23XX, SA Lounge/Bar car BCS 2379, SA Dining car RMS 2359, SA Dining car RMS 2358, SA Sleeping car Roomette LAN 23XX, SA power van/guards van (and acting crew lunch room!) PHA 2394, 4306, 4001.
Looking through the high, small cab window on 4918 whilst she was sitting in Platform 1 ready to depart on the Cockatoo Run. I don't think the bugs were complaining about the view...
4918 departs with the Cockatoo run down to Moss Vale and back.
Some 9 hours of hard work and a ride later, 4520 sits at the head of the last shuttle trip of the day.