Consolidated Rail Leasing

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Industry Rail transport
Founded 2012
Headquarters Melbourne, Australia
Area served
New South Wales
Services Rolling stock leasing
Parent Southern Shorthaul Railroad

Consolidated Rail Leasing is an Australian locomotive and rolling stock leasing company. It was formed in 2012 as a subsidiary of Southern Shorthaul Railroad. It was formerly known as BRM Leasing.[1]

As at February 2013 the operational fleet consisted of 4911, BRM001 and BRM002 which were manufactured at Southern Shorthaul Railroad's North Bendigo workshop in 2012/13.[2][3] Both have spent all of their time in service in company with Southern Shorthaul Railroad locomotives to date.

Also under overhaul at North Bendigo is B75[4] and five UGL Rail C44aci units[5] and unspecified number of NRE E-3000E3B locomotives on order.[6]

On 28 June 2014, B75 returned to operational service after being given an overhaul by Southern Shorthaul Railroad. Along with 4911 and the two BRM locomotives, it is currently one of the four locomotives that serve Consolidated Rail Leasing.[citation needed]


Class Image Type Built Number Road numbers Notes
49 Diesel-electric 1962 1 4911 Transferred from Southern Shorthaul Railroad, now in service
B Diesel-electric 1952 1 B75 Transferred from Southern Shorthaul Railroad, restoration complete on 28 June 2014.
BRM Diesel-electric 2012 2 BRM001-BRM002 Built by Southern Shorthaul Railroad, North Bendigo
1150 Diesel-electric On order


  1. ^ "Consolidated Rail Leasing Pty Ltd". Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Retrieved 22 January 2013. 
  2. ^ 49 Class Consolidated Rail Leasing
  3. ^ BRM001 Vicsig,net
  4. ^ B Class Consolidated Rail Leasing
  5. ^ CRL Class Consolidated Rail Leasing
  6. ^ 1100 Class Consolidated Rail Leasing