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Genre: Audio recording
Title: Souvenirs In Steam - Recorded on the Victorian Railways
Style: Field Recording
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From Souvenirs to Souvenirs" is a song by Greek singer Demis Roussos from his 1975 album Souvenirs. It was also released as a single (in 1975 on Philips Records). The song was written by the actor and Demis Roussos' friend Thanasis Veggos. The recording was produced by Demis Roussos. In 1975, the same year Roussos released the song, it was performed in Greek by Greek singer Marinella, but her version went unnoticed.

The Victorian Railways (VR), trading from 1974 as VicRail, was the state-owned operator of most rail transport in the Australian state of Victoria from 1859 to 1983. The first railways in Victoria were private companies, but when these companies failed or defaulted, the Victorian Railways was established to take over their operations.

On The Folkestone Harbour Branch In 1956. B3. 'Terrier' Tank Engine And LBSC 'Atlantic'. Southern Steam ‎(LP, Album).

Three engine crew pose with Victorian Railways F-class 2-4-0 type steam locomotive N. 8 (built by Beyer Peacock, Manchester, 1873). The engine is parked in a station yard coupled to mixed goods and passenger train. In the background can be seen a crowd of further people surrounding a water crane for refilling locomotive tenders. There is no station platform or goods sheds visible. The Biggest Family Album in Australia. Images & Image Making, Transport.

Victorian Railways - WW1 Military Trains And Other Areas of Service. Victorian Railways took part in WW1 in a number of ways. Troop transportation to and from the Military Training Camps and to Port Melbourne for boarding on to ships going overseas. Advertisement of War Loans. One of the volunteers on the train is 58 Private Charles Gustus (Gus) Greenham, 14th Battalion, who later died of wounds on 2 May 1915. 16 Sept 1914 AWM Photo P00858. php/VPRS 12800 P1 H 2969.

Victorian Railways Spencer Street. Not many people may be aware that the 'Norman' carriage, which served as a mobile conference room for Railway Commissioners during their tours of the Victorian network, was where the first plans for Melbourne's suburban electrification were sketched out by consulting engineer Charles Merz for then-VR Chairman of Commissioners, Sir Thomas Tait ssey-Ferguson) in Sunshine on 2 September 1960. Melbourne’s train and tram operators have recorded their worst performance results since tough new contracts began and regular passengers will be able to apply for compensation. James Lacey is at Victorian Railways Spencer Street. 15 March · Melbourne, VIC, Australia ·.


A1 A2 932, Parwan
A2 A2 947, Galvin
A3 Two A2's, Western Line
A4 G42, Birnam
A5 G42, Coram
A6 K150, Killara
A7 R 742 and K 174, Stawell
A8 R 741, Great Western
A9 R 719, Wail Bank
B1 X 29, Heathcote Junction
B2 X 29, Near Broadford
B3 C 13, Bet Bet
B4 C1, Donnybrook
B5 C16, Sunbury Bank
B6 D3 639, Ingliston Bank
B7 D3 676, Melton


The Australian Railway Historical Society
Box 5177AA G.P.O. Melbourne 3001
Recording by A.R.H.S. Victorian Division Recording Unit