G'day everyone, On the 6th of January I was able to take a few photo's while I was at work so I thought I would share them with you. Please excuse the poor quality as I'm lucky I'm a train driver for a living and not a photographer. The day starts with us travelling from Ipswich to Redbank to hop onto our Engines for the trip. The photo below is while we are sitting at Redbank waiting to depart. We then travel from Redbank heading West to a place called Wulkuraka, on the way we passed a suburban EMU, below. On our way to we also pass through Ipswich which is my Depot, below. Once we arrive a Wulkuraka we attach onto the rear of the Swanbank bound Coal train. These coal trains are unloaded at Swanbank Powerhouse and this is done in a push pull fashion, hence the need for the loco's on the rear of the train. The loco's on the rear of the train once it is unloaded then become the lead loco's for the trip to Toowoomba, below. We then head back through Ipswich and eventually out to Swanbank. The photo below was just a quick shot of the Bremer River from the Sadliers Crossing bridge.