232 pages of NSW railway history. Ray Love follows up his work from Byways 31 with the history of the locomotive depots that were developed after the building of the zig-zags, covering the installations at Wallerawang, Mudgee, Eskbank, Dunnedoo and Coolah while Ian Wallace presents some information of his much loved, I (or 26) class. To finish this Biggest Byways Yet there are some words and photographs about steam engine driver Ken Groves who worked out of Enfield and in the Brisbane region while a steam engine newcomer, Keith Brown, explains the workings of a major locomotive depot in his essay, Out of Goulburn.
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