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.

Replaced sleepers

Second siding between this one and the main line has been lifted so it can be relaid

May 07, 2008

Replaced sleepers

Second siding between this one and the main line has been lifted so it can be relaid

May 07, 2008

Fixing sidings

Siding next to the main line is being been lifted so it can be relaid

May 02, 2008

Loop sidings

The four loop sidings beside the quarry siding

April 26, 2008

Loop sidings

The four loop sidings beside the quarry siding

April 26, 2008

Midway siding lead

Close up of the last shot

April 26, 2008

Midway siding lead

Midway siding enters to the right, yard lead continues on, line from Geelong enters at the left

April 26, 2008

Point at the Geelong end

Line towards Geelong behind, track to nowhere is probably for there for the 2 sidings left behind that run parallel to the main line. You can just see a dual gauge catch point in the background

April 26, 2008

New point and yard lead laid

Four loop sidings go off the the right, then into a head shunt towards the phosphate works. A sets of point currently lead nowhere, probably for 2 more new sidings parallel to the main line

April 23, 2008

Triangle gone

North-west arm of the triangle gone, looking north

April 11, 2008

Rationalised point work

At the eastern end, looking towards the phosphate works

April 11, 2008