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Posted 20 Jul 2021 13:25 in South Australia by Railwayfan

858 also completed a working on the line between Quorn and Hawker to retrieve the wagons on one occasion (9th April 1970) following the cessation of Barytes traffic ect.

South Australian Heritage railways are slowly coming out of 'hibernation'.

NRM is back open.

Steamranger ran their first train/s over the long weekend with the Cockle Train. Cockle train servi ...

Posted 19 Jun 2020 19:56 in South Australia by Railwayfan

[quote=NG Sulzers][quote]If PRR were lucky enough to get both an 830 & NJ, would these be able to MU? Would the NJ also be able to MU with the NT? Cheers[/quote]I think I explained very well above w ...

Posted 19 Jun 2020 15:05 in South Australia by Railwayfan

[quote=lkernan][quote]If PRR were lucky enough to get both an 830 & NJ, would these be able to MU? Would the NJ also be able to MU with the NT? Cheers[/quote]They might be lucky to get an NJ at the ...

Posted 19 Jun 2020 14:54 in South Australia by Railwayfan

If PRR were lucky enough to get both an 830 & NJ, would these be able to MU?  Would the NJ also be able to MU with the NT?  Cheers
sam6778
Yes they definitely are able to MU. 830 derivat ...

Posted 18 Jun 2020 16:31 in South Australia by Railwayfan

[quote=bevans][quote]Quick question, did the 830 class ever run on the narrow gauge Old Ghan? If so, would the PRR ever be interested in one? Cheers.[/quote][url=https://www.comrails.com/sar_locos/r ...

Posted 18 Jun 2020 16:30 in South Australia by Railwayfan

Quick question, did the 830 class ever run on the narrow gauge Old Ghan?  If so, would the PRR ever be interested in one?  Cheers.
sam6778
I think Pichi Richi would definitely be after o ...

[quote][quote][quote]Let the naysayers whinge all they like, I personally think it looks rather striking.

Do either CLF1 or CLP12 have ICE radio fitted?

It would be a shame if either of them don ...

[quote=justapassenger][quote]Bowmans rail built an intermodal 'hub' on the line to service the traffic including solar farm components + constructions materials (at least according to Wikipedia), howe ...

[quote=DJPeters][quote]SA_trainsLets just say that the 500 by BGM isn't a beginners kit.

If after a 500, there is another option, Rocky River make a resin kit, but you will need a Bachmann mechanis ...

[quote=NSW3802]There is a considerable amount of work to build a loco kit and more importantly get it to run well. You would also need a good selection of tools.

You might start off reading the fol ...

[quote=SA_trains]Lets just say that the 500 by BGM isn't a beginners kit.

If after a 500, there is another option, Rocky River make a resin kit, but you will need a Bachmann mechanism to put under ...

G'day all,

My apologies, I didn't respond to this forum that I slightly forgot about. I appreciate your replies. I am still keen on buying a kit for later on but I do agree that it is far beyond my  ...

[quote=Gman_86]Let the naysayers whinge all they like, I personally think it looks rather striking.

Do either CLF1 or CLP12 have ICE radio fitted?

It would be a shame if either of them don't get ...

Been a while since we discussed this so I ask the question has any traffic been on the line and what plans are still in play for use of the line?
bevans
Line (acording to Wikipedia) has  ...

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The stored AHGX's are likely to return back to Adelaide if there is bumper crop over this way, for which until then remain stored in the main yard.

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The stored AHGX's are likely to return back to Adelaide if there is bumper crop over this way, for which until then remain stored in the main yard.

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[quote=Dangersdan707][quote][quote]1rail (Ex GWA) still rail the Gypsum between the mine at Kevin to Thevenard on the Eyre Peninsula.

This is open to correction but I believe the servicing and main ...

[quote=SAR520SMBH]1rail (Ex GWA) still rail the Gypsum between the mine at Kevin to Thevenard on the Eyre Peninsula.

This is open to correction but I believe the servicing and maintenance side of t ...

Hi all,

I am considering buying an SAR 500B kit from Broad Gauge Models but I just wanted to see what peoples opinions were about the kits before I purchase. Can be any other kit from BGM too if yo ...

Posted 29 Dec 2019 22:42 in South Australia by Railwayfan

Sadly, the closure of the Eyre Peninsula Railway network to grain haulage in 2019

Heritage operator with heritage liveries or an operator using cost effective practices to grow their business like retaining paint that doesn't need to be changed for the time being?

Currently the Progress rail workshop shunter at Port Augusta

[quote=John_Bushell][quote]Come on people, I know there are varied opinions here but lets try to keep down the negative discussion otherwise we may see the thread locked.[/quote]Can't see a problem he ...

Come on people, I know there are varied opinions here but lets try to keep down the negative discussion otherwise we may see the thread locked.

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