Sorry, instead of "North Bank" perhaps I should have said "East Bank".
Formally known as the Northern and Southern Abutments
Sorry to be a possible nuisance on this thread but have only discoverd the sites when searching information about the Goodwood Willunga line . As I am new to this type of thing please be gentle on me and if you can direct me to the correct thread it would be much apprieciated ( correct spelling ???).
Thank you for this info .So I should place all my queries to the Willunga line thread from now on ?I have several questions regarding the Willunga line especially in regards to items regarding Edwardstown Pengally works spur and other items .Regards
Back to the subject of the Seaford line work as it been off topic for the last few post. the Old honeypot road bridge is open again to road traffic so look like its finish and the bridge over the Onkapringa river getting further out over the Valley and from the Noarlunga side the bridge is over the river road side.
Why is the North part of the bridge taking so long to move out?
most of the track is laid down from the other side of Goldsmith drive to the southern part of the bridge over the Onkapringa River now . The bridge/Viduct is almost half way over the river. on the seaford side of the onka river more works are going on might have to go for a drive this long weekend and take some pictures if only i knew how to post them on here lol.
Thanks for those photos, it's very interesting to see the Seaford line progressing.
WOULD a local be able to inform me as to the progress of electrification across the network? I noticed in the some months ago in the Gawler reconstruction thread that some of the poles for the overhead gantry had started going up - have they started to do this on any other lines (like the Noarlunga line?). Also, I wasn't sure when the reconstruction of the Oaklands-City section was being done, I couldn't locate anything on the SA Dept of Transport website and a quick trawl through the threads on Railpage Australia™ didn't get a result either... would that be later this year at a guess?
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