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1213Driver

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Pretty sure this was 5 inch gauge and the property was owned by the Otway Family.

[quote=ssj]VW5112 was purchased privately in 1979 and located to the Bellarine Railway as overnight accommodation for its owners who were very active at the time. The level of activity of those perso ...

^^^

Thank you Graham for that info. It seems that parts of the WA trip by the Flying Scotsman have been lost to the mists of time...
3l diesel
Not lost - Some of us remember it well.


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Hi All

Can anybody here provide any information and possibly a photo or two of the current status and condition of the Ex WAGR carriage "AF 13" possibly known as "VW 5112" which is currently shown ...

Here is another project I have had on the go for the last 12 months and recently completed.

It is a Sn3.5 scale model of a WAGR "AH" First Class Sleeping car

[img]https://farm1.staticfli ...

Another completion is this WAGR "QBB" flat also in Sn3.5 scale. Its a Urethane cast kit from G.A. Models with Railwest Bogies

[img]https://c4.staticflickr.com/4/3884/18832378524_ef439f4665 ...

Been busy since my last post - one of my projects has been to complete this Sn3.5 scale "QMC" vehicle carrier. Only 2 of these were built by the WAGR - the QMC were one of the longest wagons on the na ...

Posted 26 Jun 2015 13:02 in Western Australia by 1213Driver

I also stopped by it on the weekend the cage wrap had been removed and knowing how boiler cladding should be removed, I would suggest there is some significant think tank goin on as to how to make it  ...

Here is another completion from my recent efforts to finish some unfinished projects.

This a Sn 3.5 model of the WAGR Y class Bo-Bo diesel locomotives built by British Thomson Houston of UK and intro ...

Some good work going on there fellas - That Jumbo is looking very nice Mattc

I had a bit of a modelling flurry recently with an aim to complete some unfinished projects started some time ago. So  ...

I have just completed adding glazing to this little locomotive earlier this afternoon. I have had it on the bench now for some time mostly completed, having probably started it at least 18 months ago. ...

[quote=wagrttn]So, Southern Rail has chosen to demonstrate their gratitude to the modellers who have supported them by devising a process by which the only way an L class in a highly desirable scheme ...

While these models are clearly not RTR, they require considerably less work to complete than a typical kit, albeit at greater cost.
Marbelup


Here is an example of the SXT from the Mar ...

[quote=Jade Wuiske]

So far as a HO model.... I would love nothing more! Adam and I were only talking about that yesterday. I daresay though it would be some years off in the future, as although you ...

This is my most recent completion from the workbench

It is WAGR Buffet Lounge car "AVL 314" as used on the Geraldton "Midlander" and "Albany Weekender" services. Built to 1:64th scale.

[left][c ...

Posted 28 Mar 2014 09:00 in Western Australia by 1213Driver

[quote=8888]I hope that this photo can help Neil.

[url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/20941012@N05/13446364115/][img]https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3788/13446364115_b5b50bcf4c_z.jpg[/img]

[url=http ...

Posted 27 Mar 2014 11:46 in Western Australia by 1213Driver

This carriage may have also been photographed on the "Albany Weekender" train or even much later in yellow when it became part of the Breakdown Train.

Posted 20 Mar 2014 11:17 in Western Australia by 1213Driver

[quote=waynes]Try this

[url defaultattr=http://www.railheritagewa.org.au/archive_scans/displayimage.php?pid="4374"]http://www.railheritagewa.org.au/archive_scans/displayimage.php?pid=4374[/quote]

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Posted 19 Mar 2014 21:04 in Western Australia by 1213Driver

I am seeking side on photographs (both sides) of the buffet car AVL 314 as used on the WAGR " Midlander" in the green and cream livery preferably but all liveries woud still be useful.

More specifi ...

[quote=SA_trains]WoW, these livestock wagons look fantastic.

I have not seen much of 3D printed material, but have seen plenty of quite critical comment on this forum, particularly of shapeways. So ...



These WAGR CXB class sheep wagons have been on my work bench for a little while now - not because they are time consuming bu ...

[quote=crisfitz]And this one was finally finished - WAGR / Westrail Y Class

[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/midcon/12216993566/]http://www.flickr.com/photos/midcon/12216993566/[/quote]

Great Job ...

I thought they just did that on suburban trains;-)
wn514


well I guess if the 30 secs of slack in the timetable is a gain then you may be right.Rolling Eyes

[quote=JNSymes]What is the posted speed restrictions for the Kwinana-Forrestfield rail line? Through Canning Vale, at least, Southbound trains appear to move a lot faster (looks like 70kmh) as opposed ...

Posted 06 Jan 2014 21:22 in Western Australia by 1213Driver

Cockburn Junction
Trainplanner


Yep Cockburn Jctn it is.

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