The final development of motive power on the Central Australia Railway narrow gauge was the NJ class—six GM powered units built by Clyde Engineering and introduced in 1971. With the cessation of services the NJs were all transferred to the Port Lincoln Division.

Australian National Railways narrow gauge locomotives NJ3 and NJ1 hauling a southbound Ghan power over the Algebuckina Bridge on the Central Australia Railway.  An ANR section car and a Kalamazoo (see The Hand Ghan) are waiting for the Ghan to pass, October 1980. (Photo: Jeremy Browne)

Technical specifications


Representatives in the PRRPS collection