Initially, the rolling stock was solely British designs. However, with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Brisbane, a market was developed in North America and Australasia. As a result, there were trans-continental additions to suit this expanded market.
The locomotives included an F7 US Diesel Electric Locomotive and a Baldwin 0-8-0 Steam Locomotive. Unlike the British steam locomotive counterparts, the Baldwin had a coupling rod attatched to the front and rear driving wheels.
Rolling stock included different transcontinental coaches and a number of transcontinental wagons, with the more successful swivelling bogie design.