We went on a train trip. A Diesel Electric Rail Motor – Preservation Association Victoria train trip.
It began in Newport and travelled through the western suburbs freight lines, returning us to Newport about an hour later. The engine/carriage was built in 1925 and had those iconic luggage racks that today adorn bathrooms. The windows opened high so you could stick your head out to look – or take photos – or have your face whipped by close-growing bushes.
Even the rock-holes-through-reinforced-glass looked like something other. Like spider webs perhaps.
I took many photos, saw unfamiliar views of familiar places, overheard some fascinating conversations. A slice of life