Fitzgerald, Anthony; Australian National's GM Class; Australian Model Railway Magazine, April 1997.
Correspondence with Geoff Hann.
Correspondence with John Beckhaus.
Correspondence with John Bollans.
Correspondence with John Green.
Jim Harvey The Never-Never Line, The story of the North Australia Railway.
Correspondence with Gerald Petrie.
Great Southern Railway Literature and Press Releases.
Correspondence with Hugh Williams.
Correspondence with Kym Bird, also included reference to historic articles
The 300-400 Class Railcars and 829-860 Class Trailer Cars of the South Australian Railways,Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin; p219-238, October 1985, Vol.26 No.576; p243-261, November 1985, Vol.26 No.577; p279-283 December 1985, Vol.26 No.578.
Brill Railcars of the South Australian Railways,Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin; p213-236, October 1991, Vol.32 No.528; p237-260, November 1991, Vol.32 No.529; p272-282 December 1991, Vol.32 No.530; p1-8, January 1992, Vol.33 No.531.
Michael Dix correspondence.
Correspondence with Matthew Reid of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Monthly Notice - The Commonwealth Railways issues published notices on a monthly basis to staff.
South Australian, Commonwealth and Australian National Railways Rollingstock Record Cards. These were large cardboard cards, one per vehicle, maintained by the workshops that showed all major alterations and repairs done to that vehicle. They are generally a lot more accurate than the computerised "TIMS" records. See the "TIMS" reference for more details.
South Australian Railways record or docket reference.
South Australian Railways Institute; South Australian Railways Institute Magazine; periodical; various editions.
Correspondence with Steve Ford.
Correspondence with Stuart Hicks.
Correspondence with Steven Moritz.
Correspondence with Simon Thompson.
Smith, Roderick Named Carriages; Rail news Victoria; March 1998
Correspondence with Trevor Horman.
Information extracted from Australian Nationals Computerised Traffic Information Management System (TIMS) The records that have been extracted from TIMS, and the Computerised Wagon Monitoring System (WMS), are not always very accurate. Frequently significant alterations did not make it into the system. An example is the upgrade of "Ghan" cars. These cars only show the date of the work order for modifications being issued in 1988 with very little information about when the actual work took place. For some cars this was not until 18 months later. Port Augusta still maintained paper based manual rollingstock record cards of changes long after they supposedly moved over to "TIMS", so generally "TIMS" shows the date the work was approved/proposed rather than when it was actually carried out.