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Story Notes

This particular series of stories set in Australia aren't biographical in anyway. The journey across Australia that I and my family made back in 1977 was unremarkable as regards incidents. But it certainly helped towards my taking an interest in railways and then later working for the industry.

I would love to tell you all about the locomotive, but sadly I can't. My knowledge of trains (steam or diesel) is low. (My railway interest is in station architecture). The diesel in the photograph looks the same shape as the Santa Fa Super Chief locomotive produced by Lego. So this is my version of that train. It wasn't scratch built, I merely sourced the relevant parts and then followed the Lego Santa Fe Super Chief train instructions, but used different colours.

Behind the scenes

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Green Lion Comics, story and characters © Adrian Banfield, 2016.