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These cards show all work carried out on locomotives nos. 4601 to 4640, from the time when they were first brought into service to January 1977. The series comprises two photocopies of each original card held by the Railways Division of the Public Transport Commission. The locomotive involved in the Granville train accident was number 4620 and was a "46 class" electric locomotive. (1) Locomotive 4601 was ready for service on 26 June 1956 and Locomotive 4640 was ready for service on 19 December 1958. Locomotive 4620 was ready for service on 27 March 1957. (2) Following the Granville rail accident Locomotive 4620 was withdrawn from service and stored at Chullora Locomotive Workshops and was scrapped in 1979. (3) These records were transferred as State archives by the Civil Law Litigation Branch of the Crown Solicitor's Office. (9/1126). 1 box. Endnotes (1) Report on the Formal Investigation of an Accident On or About the Up Main Western Railway Line at Granville on 18th January 1977, pp.16-17; New South Wales Parliamentary Papers 1976-77-78 Vol.10, pp.1114-1115. (2) David R. Keenan and Howard R. Clark, First Stop Central: the electrified system and cars of the New South Wales Government Railways. Sydney, Australian Electric Traction Association, 1963, pp.134, 136. (3) Sydney Electric Train Society Inc. website www.sets.org.au/library/index.php?id=granville (cited 19 May 2010). Note: This description, as amended, is extracted from Concise Guide to the State Archives of New South Wales, 3rd Edition 2000.

Created: 1977-01-21 to 1977-05-11

Data time period: 20 01 1977 to 10 05 1977

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