The last regular train beyond Leongatha on the South Gippsland Railway Victoria Australia, was the weekly oil train to the oil rig servicing terminal at Barry Beach in Corner Inlet near the Australian mainland's most southern point, Wilsons Promontory.
The railway had been open to Yarram and that section had been closed in previous years and the end of the branch line at Barry Beach had become the end of the line.
The rails had been pulled up on the closed section and the last train loaded rails at Barry Beach Junction that had been dragged to that location from as far as Welshpool.
Four flat wagons were included on the last train on which the recovered rails from the Welshpool section were loaded.
The video shows the rails being loaded and various views of the train travelling back to Leongatha for the last time.
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