|Refurbished Ghan Carriage Information|
Details of the names given to each car during the 1990-91 refurbishment program of the "Legendary Ghan" are given in Table 1.
|CDF 227||Marree Refreshment Car|
|DF 231||Stuart Restaurant|
|ARJ 242||Brachina Car|
|ARL 246||Tarcoola Car|
|ARL 248||Oodnadatta Car|
|ARL 250||Kulgera Car|
|AOB 265||Oasis Bar|
|ARJ 282||Algebuckina Car|
|ARM 288||Finke River Car|
|ARL 291||Edwards Creek Car|
|AFC 305||Dreamtime Lounge|
|ARL 309||Marla Car|
|CDF 928||Matilda's Restaurant|
In addition to those named, the following cars were externally fitted with the "Legendary Ghan" logos and stripes: AFB 137, BA 147, BA 148, BA 150, BA 151, DD 156, AFB 158, BRG 171, BRG 173, ER 207, AEC 222, BRJ 303, ARL 310, HGM 317, HM 318, ARL 324, BG 368, BG 370 and BG 371.
The Exterior Refurbishment of the Ghan was completed in 1989 when Australian National began the twice weekly winter season of the Ghan. When the Ghan left Keswick terminal on Monday 12.5.1989, all passenger cars were fitted with Ghan logo boards and finished with the Red-Yellow stripping at window level. Unfortunately the lead loco was not fitted with a clasp for the head board. The consist was locomotives GM19, GM2, brakevan HGM 318, crew cars ER 207, BRG 173, sleepers ARJ 242, ARL 248, ARJ 282, ARM 288, lounge AFB 158, Stuart Restaurant car DF 231, lounge AFB 137, sleepers ARL 291, ARL 309, Entertainment car AEC 222, Sitting cars BA 148, BA 150, dinner DD 156, crew sleeper BRG 171, power van HGM 317 and 3 AQMP class motor rail flats wagons.