Newport

Newport is the junction of the lines to Williamstown and Geelong. A freight line also branches off towards Sunshine. For more details see Newport South.

Station from the down end

January 25, 2009

Junction to Williamstown

Williamstown lines to left, Geelong liens to right, workshops tracks in the middle

February 27, 2008

Main station building

August 24, 2007

Signals at Newport South

August 20, 2007

Down end signals

For up trains from Geelong

August 20, 2007

Freight lines at the up end, signals for the junction of the East and West goods lines

Signals for the parallel freight line junction at Newport

March 11, 2007

Spotswood end of the Altona Sidings at Newport

Spotswood end of the sidings at Newport

March 11, 2007

Tait Mural

Mural of a Tait Train on a shop wall in Newport near the station

September 19, 2006

Signals

Signal for Melbourne-bound trains from the Geelong line.

September 15, 2006

Towards Geelong

Down end of Newport, beyond the junction with the Williamstown line. The foreground track is a siding, then there are two electrified main lines, then a broad gauge freight line, then the standard gauge freight line

May 8, 2006

Signal box and down end

Down end of Newport station looking towards the junction of the Williamstown line, with the signal box visible in the background

March 29, 2006

Track distance change sign at Newport on the SG line, up direction

10.480 km increasing on the up, 10.700 km increasing on the down

August 25, 2005

Track distance change sign at Newport on the SG line, down direction

10.480 km increasing on the up, 10.700 km increasing on the down

August 25, 2005

Newport Sidings

Down end of the Newport sidings looking back towards the station. The sidings are used to stable trains on the Williamstown shuttle service. The left two tracks are the main line, then two sidings, then the dual gauge freight line that runs behind the station

July 28, 2005