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Floody

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Posted 30 Dec 2015 09:31 in Tasmania by Floody

I think it is highly doubtful there would be any challenge made to export. If there is so much as 100 people concerned about the cultural heritage aspects I'd be amazed, gobsmacked if even collectivel ...

Posted 27 Jun 2014 23:04 in Tasmania by Floody

Probably be cheaper to have a good rail/bus interchange at the Domain/Cornelian Bay/Gardens rather than building light rail into the city I'd think.

Posted 19 Dec 2013 19:13 in Tasmania by Floody

Big old house at the quarry end of Giblin street, absolutely covered in Ivy, something definitely oblong under the ivy at the back looking on google maps, would that be it?

Posted 11 Dec 2013 00:11 in Tasmania by Floody

So its uniqueness as an inspection vehicle possibly exists only in rostering documents?

Posted 10 Dec 2013 20:31 in Tasmania by Floody

Were the inspection car alteration parts retained somewhere for future reinstatement?

Posted 10 Dec 2013 15:51 in Tasmania by Floody

Was DP13 preserved in inspection vehicle condition or 'restored' back to passenger railcar configuration?

Posted 05 Dec 2013 20:18 in Tasmania by Floody

Well that does open it up a bit. You would think there should be some records from the official 'workshop' about the disposal.

[quote=BCC]“THAT Council write to those parties expressing an intere ...

Posted 03 Dec 2013 23:36 in Tasmania by Floody

They had the money and deployed it. End story.

Posted 26 Nov 2013 21:28 in Tasmania by Floody

Spent yesterday driving around the wineries near Avoca (Vic)...Saw vans as storage, repurposed open wagons, loco tenders as water tanks, flat wagons as bridges, you name it. I don't think its just Tas ...

Posted 22 Oct 2013 00:01 in Tasmania by Floody

Bikepath/walkway plan is ridiculous.

Assertion Greens are Tasmania's problem is even more ridiculous, we are capable of sabotaging ourselves just fine without them.

Posted 29 Sep 2013 16:04 in Tasmania by Floody

I don't know about 'nobody much' playing pokies in Devonport or further west...Federal Group/Oasis/TasKeno operate in pubs right across and down the coast as far as I know, and given the low socio eco ...

Posted 18 Aug 2013 23:19 in Tasmania by Floody

Spotted this ad for a property in Groves street, Gladstone. It seems to me most shacks do not have buffers (see photo 12)

[quote=t_woodroffe]The ex S Class steam locomotive underframes were converted to Q later QH flat trucks and were used for transporting Centurion tanks amongst other things. VR Drg 15117 dated 28-9-56 ...

Posted 21 Jul 2013 22:47 in Tasmania by Floody

Great footage of historic forestry equipment, the ANM Climax at work on a Florentine valley log spur and a Q-class in action heading a decent sized log train on the DV line in this video

Posted 16 Jun 2013 15:05 in Tasmania by Floody

Djukin, Tasmania is probably pretty much unique in that the primary industries are minority employers and massively subsidised to exist because its almost impossible for anything but niche businesses  ...

Posted 05 Jun 2013 15:14 in Tasmania by Floody

Not sure if this ought to be in the media thread or this one... Muckery article today suggests the latest light rail plan will terminate in Glenorchy and be standard gauge. I'm conjecturing if that ha ...

Posted 30 Mar 2013 14:35 in Tasmania by Floody

a strong vote of thanks for these photos.  fantastic!
benscaro
^Echo this, that pic of Y6 at Goliath is awesome.

Posted 03 Mar 2013 14:33 in Tasmania by Floody

Apologies for derailing the thread with DP talk, as I said, just a wacky foamer idea, lets not take it overly seriously!
Smile

Posted 03 Mar 2013 14:18 in Tasmania by Floody

[quote="12CSVT"]
Its a bush tractor ("jigger") type loco. It was offered to DVR with "conditions" for display, which DVR weren't in a position to fulfill, hence the offered was declined. No ...

Posted 03 Mar 2013 00:54 in Tasmania by Floody

I reckon its fairly unlikely all in all, given the Hydro depot is long gone. Still, be interesting to hear if there was something there (would be Tassie rail heritage's best kept secret if there was!)

Posted 02 Mar 2013 11:37 in Tasmania by Floody

Surely trikes would be safeworking havoc, and doesn't it already take the bulk of the day for the main services to run the round trip?
I really think the big question is how many patrons are needed to ...

Posted 02 Mar 2013 11:18 in Tasmania by Floody

Never heard that one before. Once upon a time the ANM Climax which is at TTMS was stored out of use at Florentine Junction, past Maydena. It was under a makeshift roof for at least a portion of the fe ...

Posted 25 Feb 2013 23:47 in Tasmania by Floody

[quote="dw54"]

Floody, were you aware that several key pieces of infrastructure have now reached the end of their useful lives - AIUI, the specifically includes at least one bridge. The c ...

Posted 24 Feb 2013 20:01 in Tasmania by Floody

Floody, the rail preservation groups may never ever get back on the mainline. Its a lot more complicated than what others think it is.

I imagined that might be the case. What I was intimating is t ...

Posted 24 Feb 2013 17:42 in Tasmania by Floody

The deal is subject to the Tasmanian Government finding an operator and underwriting its ongoing operational costs for the next four years.
Guess thats another 4 years in the wilderness (pun intended) ...

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