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The Bellarine Peninsula Railway - BPRThe great green locomotive V1209 from the Western Australian Government Railways and now owned by th Bellarine Railway.
Built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Ltd, UK in 1955.
FerdiJul 22, 2009
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The Bellarine Peninsula Railway - BPRThe loco n°4 of the Bellarine Railway is quite ready to start a new trip.

This locomotives was built in 1916 by Vulcan Iron Works, Wilkes-Barre, Pensylvania, USA
FerdiJul 22, 2009
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The Bellarine Peninsula Railway - BPRThe AAR1 in first lane and two more ancient passengercars in Drysdale.

The AAR1 is a saloon carriage built by Clyde Engineering Co. in 1937.
FerdiJul 22, 2009
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The Bellarine Peninsula Railway - BPRGiusto per essere precisi: è in miglia, ma ci sono anche i mmFerdiJul 22, 2009
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The Bellarine Peninsula Railway - BPRBellarine Rialway logo.maercoJul 21, 2009

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The Bellarine railway - Wikipedia

The Bellarine Rail is a 32 km walking and cycling track on the Bellarine Peninsula, in Victoria, Australia, that follows the route of the former South Geelong to Queenscliff branch line. It runs from South Geelong to Queenscliff, passing through the towns of Leopold and Drysdale. The rails have been removed from the western section between South Geelong and Drysdale.

The Bellarine Peninsula Railway operates a tourist railway between Drysdale and Queenscliff, and the walking track runs parallel to the railway in this 16 km eastern section. The route traverses farmland with scattered patches and strips of native vegetation, mainly eucalypt woodland.
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