The Railway Museum contains Victoria’s most extensive collection of steam locomotives, as well as a number of diesel and electric locomotives, electric suburban carriages, country and interstate passenger carriages, freight wagons, breakdown cranes, and more…

HZL 211M

HZL 211M Image
Constructed in 1905 as an IA open wagon, modified and renumbered to HR 75 in 1956 to carry one Tait or Y Class Diesel bogie between Jolimont Workshop and Bendigo Workshop, where they could be inspected and repaired. Modified again in 1986 and renumbered to HZL 211M, to carry one completed Comeng suburban electric bogie from Bendigo Workshop to the Commonwealth Engineering factory in Dandenong for fitting to the carriages under construction.

Photo by Andrew Henderson

HZL 211M

HZL 211M Image
Constructed in 1905 as an IA open wagon, modified and renumbered to HR 75 in 1956 to carry one Tait or Y Class Diesel bogie between Jolimont Workshop and Bendigo Workshop, where they could be inspected and repaired. Modified again in 1986 and renumbered to HZL 211M, to carry one completed Comeng suburban electric bogie from Bendigo Workshop to the Commonwealth Engineering factory in Dandenong for fitting to the carriages under construction.

Photo by Andrew Henderson