Corio Independent Goods Line

The Corio Independent Goods Line is a project to provided dual gauge freight access to the Port of Geelong. Work started in 2008 with the first train running in October the same year. For more details see Corio Independent Goods Line.

Signal CGL36

October 08, 2008

Signal CGL30 and CGL32

October 08, 2008

Signals for down trains from North Shore

Turned sideways because it is still being commissioned

October 05, 2008

Signal CGL26 for up trains into North Shore

Turned sideways because it is still being commissioned

October 05, 2008

Signal CGL42 for down trains from North Shore

At the grain loop junction, a BG line also goes to North Geelong Yard

October 05, 2008

Signal CGL42 for down trains from North Shore

At the grain loop junction, a BG line also goes to North Geelong Yard

October 05, 2008

Signal CLG 40 for up trains to the goods line or the grain loop

From North Geelong C box, looking east

October 05, 2008

Signal CGL46 for trains exiting the grain loop

Not yet illuminated, signal CGL 44 is right behind it because of the curve in the track

October 03, 2008