Video shows the sequence of reassembling the outgoing rake from the coaches of the incoming rake. First, the last coach was decoupled and manually shunted into the adjacent platform, thus, preserving its 'last coach' status. Then the loco reversed out of the platform, just past a turnout. It, then, detached itself and took the turnout to the shed. The rest of the coaches were pushed by hand and coupled to the lone coach. Finally, another loco reversed in and attached itself to the front of the train. All this took around 7 minutes. Interesting, eh?