Location: at sunbury on a V/line service into melbourne, waiting for thousands of impatient people to get on
Where exactly is the A/C unit mounted on the roofs of these trains? It's the only explanation I can think of because it kept spraying on/off between Yarraman and at least Caulfield. the only other explanation is that the trains weren't designed to be operated that high above ground and the fittings just couldn't take the height.
Why were all of the people complaining about skyrail passengers being able to see into their backyards? I wasn't actively looking, but it was hard to see into backyards, so what was all the fuss about?
What was the fault on the upfield line on Monday afternoon? I had to get a bus from NMS to Coburg being driven by the bus driver with the best comebacks ever combined with the worst sense of direction. this bus was supposed to be direct to Coburg and the stop all stations. Starting at North Melbourne Station, to Flemington road, Mt Alexander Road, Right into Ormond Rd (I would have stayed in this road to be honest), left into Stuart St, right into Dean Street (alongside moonee valley racecourse), left into Melville Road (gosh that was a tight turn, bus took up the WHOLE road along Melville road, Right into Bell street (West Coburg tram terminus) and down Bell St to Coburg Station.
When we got to Melville Road passengers started to complain, the bus driver stopped twice (probably getting sick of complaining passengers, I know I was) then he said the best comeback ever "trains don't stop everywhere, so why should I?"