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Posted 03 Nov 2020 20:35 in Melbourne suburban by Crossover

[quote][quote]And here I was thinking this was a thread about the Frankston and Stony Point Rail lines, not partisan politics.

I stay out of 'The Lounge' for a reason and that is where the last pag ...

Posted 03 Nov 2020 20:35 in Melbourne suburban by Crossover

[quote=Adogs][quote]And here I was thinking this was a thread about the Frankston and Stony Point Rail lines, not partisan politics.

I stay out of 'The Lounge' for a reason and that is where the la ...

[quote=Carnot][quote][quote]Marcus Wong has posted photos of the upgrades in the area around Sunshine station (see: [url=https://railgallery.wongm.com/sunbury-line-upgrade/]https://railgallery.wongm.c ...

[quote="Lockie91"][quote=GaryAblett5]there also some activity going on south of Ginifer station. new pilings have been put in for the new stanchions there. I do wonder the Sunbury line will be massive ...

[quote]They are the worst possible tree to be planted anywhere near civilisation. Gum trees near footpaths means gumnuts and leaves everywhere and slipping on your asre in the rain due to the eucalypt ...

[quote]They are the worst possible tree to be planted anywhere near civilisation. Gum trees near footpaths means gumnuts and leaves everywhere and slipping on your asre in the rain due to the eucalypt ...

[quote=Heihachi_73]They are the worst possible tree to be planted anywhere near civilisation. Gum trees near footpaths means gumnuts and leaves everywhere and slipping on your asre in the rain due to ...

poor TREEHUGGERS do you want some tisses?
trainbrain
I don`t think patronising comments  help .

Just as public transport is vital to the liveability of a big city so are trees .

It oft ...

Posted 14 Jul 2020 20:43 in Victoria by Crossover

[quote=BrentonGolding][quote]Thanks Brenton

The you tube video I referred to is from 2016, so it would have been before the extra 48,000 sleepers you refer to. Also my post covered the section betw ...

Posted 08 May 2020 21:07 in The Lounge by Crossover

[quote]Anything is possible with this lab creation.

When this thread first started, I was reading how this virus will be well contained and confined behind hospital walls and it will be business as ...

Posted 18 Apr 2020 20:11 in The Lounge by Crossover

[quote=lsrailfan]The above just goes to show how good Morrison has performed during this crisis, the numbers don't lie. (Edit, I note that we shouldn't be cocky either, which I probably did just then) ...

Posted 05 Apr 2020 19:33 in The Lounge by Crossover

[quote][quote]While the figures have seemed slightly encouraging for Australia I think we should avoid speaking too soon as the situation could become a lot worse at short notice.

Will we have req ...

Posted 05 Apr 2020 19:33 in The Lounge by Crossover

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]While the figures have seemed slightly encouraging for Australia I think we should avoid speaking too soon as the situation could become a lot worse at short notice.

Will w ...

Posted 23 Mar 2020 21:20 in The Lounge by Crossover

[quote][quote][quote]Anecdotally heaps of people are "bugging out" and filling up free-camping grounds around Central Vic in their Caravans, Winnebagos, tents, and campervans.[/quote] Eminently sensib ...

Posted 23 Mar 2020 21:20 in The Lounge by Crossover

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote][quote]Anecdotally heaps of people are "bugging out" and filling up free-camping grounds around Central Vic in their Caravans, Winnebagos, tents, and campervans.[/quote] Eminen ...

Posted 20 Mar 2020 20:46 in The Lounge by Crossover

[quote=DCook]In NSW all heritage tours and similar events have been cancelled for all operators and the Valley Heights museum has been shut until further notice

Thirlmere remains open with hand sanit ...

Posted 14 Mar 2020 21:23 in The Lounge by Crossover

One thing that's not a conspiracy theory is that Australia's tourism industry is stuffed after the summer bushfires and now Chronovirus threat.
Carnot
I apologise for starting a new thre ...

Posted 13 Mar 2020 21:32 in Melbourne suburban by Crossover

Due to the unfolding developments around this virus and its effect on everyday life which is only likely to intensify in the medium term I thought it useful to start a thread .

ALL events involving 5 ...

[quote=TOQ-1][quote]I still don't get how it's costing us $10 billion to get to the airport. The Mernda extension cost what, $600 million or something? Going to the airport should be this plus a bit m ...

[quote][quote]There was an obstruction in conditions of limited visibility. Whether it's because someone can't see, or because of a crash doesn't matter.

You [b]drive according to the conditions, [/b ...

[quote][quote]There was an obstruction in conditions of limited visibility. Whether it's because someone can't see, or because of a crash doesn't matter.

You [b]drive according to the conditions, [/b ...

[quote][quote]There was an obstruction in conditions of limited visibility. Whether it's because someone can't see, or because of a crash doesn't matter.

You [b]drive according to the conditions, [/b ...

[quote][quote]There was an obstruction in conditions of limited visibility. Whether it's because someone can't see, or because of a crash doesn't matter.

You [b]drive according to the conditions, [/b ...

[quote][quote]There was an obstruction in conditions of limited visibility. Whether it's because someone can't see, or because of a crash doesn't matter.

You [b]drive according to the conditions, [/b ...

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]There was an obstruction in conditions of limited visibility. Whether it's because someone can't see, or because of a crash doesn't matter.

You [b]drive according to the con ...

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