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Posted 07 Sep 2009 23:47 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Wagin?

Posted 04 Sep 2009 19:16 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Not:

Ringa Bridge

Westwood

Woodline's Bridge ??

Clackline ( I know the one, very similar - totally gone now ?? )

That's the one - I knew it began with a C.

I think there's still some bits of ...

Posted 04 Sep 2009 00:35 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Chidlows?

I think that's the one - near Toodyay, where the line has deviated now after standardisation; near the National Park.

Hope that makes sense.

EDIT:  That is, assuming it hasn't alrea ...

Last Thursday. 4AP1 was the first one to use it I think ( Open to correction on that)

Friday 24th April was the first use of the New Intermodal Facility

Typical! Missed it by "that" much!

Posted 26 Apr 2009 01:00 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Tambellup?

Anyone else find it vaguely amusing that the title image is of coal wagons?

Posted 21 Apr 2009 01:37 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Fantastic stuff Cris, I agree that it's good to see some thrash over here comprable to that which is available from English enthusiasts.

Don't often see the old beauties really blowing out the cobweb ...

Posted 01 Feb 2009 21:57 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Possibly Pinjarra, a long while ago?

Posted 12 Jan 2009 00:39 in The Lounge by EnglishElectric

Bassist here - Fender Jazz 24 - I've played basses costing 2, 3, even 4 times more and they're not as good, whether that be sound or playability.

Only have a dinkie little Behringer 180Watt Bass Amp  ...

ZB2125 on a loaded ballast train to Kenwick this afternoon.

Looked a little like this:

http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/4960/dscf0002kt8.jpghttp://img513.imageshack.us/img513/5043/dscf0004cy6.jp ...

I hate to say this but the metro one is a horn like some squealling noise and the country horn gives me nightmares. Q Class horns are better Aww, diddums, we wouldn't want our little train enthusiast  ...

Posted 12 Oct 2008 14:25 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

I fully appreciate the amount of effort that does go on behind the behind the scenes work, but what I doubt many appreciate are the 30 minute speeches that occur afterwards.

Posted 12 Oct 2008 14:22 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

NA1971 is correct, however I wondered if seeing it from the inside would throw a few people. Clearly not.

Interesting guess there Kafoopsy, at least someone's thinking outside the box!  Laughing
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Posted 12 Oct 2008 00:51 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Posted 09 Oct 2008 22:51 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

and your point is in 5 words or less? MY POINT is that while - I'll continue - indeed there are the enthusiasts who do and the enthusiasts who don't, those that don't need to stop whinging about WHY t ...

Posted 09 Oct 2008 15:46 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Dearest Denshaotoko;

I happen to know personally that V1213Driver has had more than his fair share of issues - working FOR the preservation movement in unfair conditions that would see most employe ...

Has there ver been a Grain train at Kalgoorlie, if yes, how often does it happen. I should think that the grain wagons that were hired to Australian National in the 90s would've gone via Kalgoorlie, b ...

Posted 04 Oct 2008 22:53 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

I have an idea HOWARAS is on to something there.... http://www.hothamvalleyrailway.com.au/hvtr_news.htm

So yeah, I'll say Balingup - Greenbushes section.

At least they would've made the right  ...

Posted 04 Oct 2008 13:11 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

I'm going to say somewhere on the Jarrahdale Branch, but the only thing that niggles at me is the headboard.... looks a little too recent....

Posted 31 Aug 2008 23:05 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Nice EE power there - must have cost a bit in crews.

I know it is off topic for this thread, but hy would that have cost a bit in crews?? If we assume that all units are under power (unlikely, but  ...

Posted 30 Aug 2008 23:46 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Nice EE power there - must have cost a bit in crews.  How can you put a price on excellence?

Well at least they had all the choppers down EE Razz Mmm, vacuum pipes weren't as strong back then. Or may ...

Posted 29 Aug 2008 21:47 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

Nice EE power there - must have cost a bit in crews.  How can you put a price on excellence?

Posted 28 Jul 2008 19:38 in Western Australia by EnglishElectric

I have put more scanned slides on my picasa site with things like K201 derailment at Mt Lawley, Lake View & Star goldmine 2' gauge train, Maylands brickwork 2' gauge line, PWD Point Sampson stored equ ...

Posted 26 Jul 2008 16:26 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by EnglishElectric

Cheers for that C504, what's 501 like compared to an L class? Looks like the L class is a bit more boxed in from the photos which are, by the way, very good. If only someone would bring a C class west ...

pacific national have never run an interesting train to Perth since they started What about double Ls at high throttle on double stack wagons?? That would've been a bit exciting?....

I know I must  ...

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