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Martin Bennet's Photos

This is the second of a series of Martin's photos that have appeared in the website. Thank you Martin for sharing them with us.



This is the third of Martin's photos to appear on the website.



The fourth of Martin's photos to appear on the Website has a very rustic feel to it. More to come


The fifth of Martin's photos to appear on the website captures the driving scene well. More photos to come.


The sixth of Martin's photos to appear on the website captures the beauty of our railmotor in the vast Monaro countryside.



The seventh of Martin's photos to appear on the website highlights the railmotor passing under the Thurrung Street bailey bridge.

The eighth of Martin's photos to appear on the website finds the railmotor passing the points at Bunyan.


The ninth of Martin's photos to appear on the website reveals the railmotor rounding the curve near the Bailey bridge.


The tenth of Martinís photos is a low level capture of number 22 at Chakola on a cloudy day.


The eleventh of Martin's photos returns us to the curve beyond the Thurrung Street bridge, with typical Monaro scenery all around.


The thirteenth (and second last) of Martin's photos takes in the railmotor departing Chakola past the double deck sheep loader, through very dry surroundings.


The fourteenth (and last) of Martin's photos is a black and white tribute to operations at Cooma in days gone by. Martin's photos have provided us with evocative images of the CMR for over 2 years now, and we thank him again for making them available to us.



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