Premier Jack Lang abolishes the card and bonus systems in the NSW Railways that was introduced following the General Strike.
Premier Jack Lang speaks to supporters outside the Eveleigh Railway Workshops.
William McKell, a former boiler maker, becomes Premier of NSW.
Eileen Powell, the union organiser for Railway Refreshment Room staff joins with Jack Fergurson, the ARU secretary, before the Equal Pay Conference to argue that women who replace men should be paid the male rate.
William McKell becomes Governor-General of Australia, having previously worked at Eveleigh as a boilermaker.
Governor-General's carriage is used by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip during the royal visit to Australia.
Workers are still washing in buckets three times a day.
Works Manager's Office is the main timekeeper’s and administration office for the workshop from 1887 to 1986.
The bell on the Works Manager's & Timekeeper's Office is restored at Eveleigh by Bay 1 tradesmen and reinstated above the office.
The Governor-General's carriage is donated to the Powerhouse Museum.