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1Rail has just moved its 5 GWNs to Sarina and taken delivery of a couple hundred coal hoppers for operations on Aurizon's Goonyella system. More locomotives are reportedly on order. To date they've be ...

Minus two hoppers left in Bundaberg yesterday, WRAs 004 & 003 are currently heading the first Watco grain set to climb the Toowoomba Range and run down the Southern Line from Toowoomba to Warwick to W ...

Minus two hoppers left in Bundaberg yesterday, WRAs 004 & 003 are currently heading the first Watco grain set to climb the Toowoomba Range and run down the Southern Line from Toowoomba to Warwick to W ...

WRA004 & 003 are reported currently stowed on the mainline at Maryborough West, facing north cut off from their DGWY grain set. Not clear what is happening, as stowing on the mainline will require all ...

If you check the two Watco threads in the Queensland forum you'll see there's plenty of rail action between Toowoomba and Warwick at the moment, all of it rollingstock transfers rather than revenue. W ...

MVR is reporting on social media that Aurizon moved a total of 91 additional wagons to Gympie this week, so at least two grain sets by the sounds of that.

Suggesting further business expansions, or at least boosting available train crews, Watco is now advertising for Trainee Locomotive Drivers to be based in Mackay.

To date Mackay has been Watco's p ...

I would like to see Watco get a leg up.
"bevans"

I'm not sure Watco would be interested in outlaying the kind of capital it would need to start up heavy haul coal operations in the B ...

The media release does not name the operator for rail so it is not a confirmed deal aurizon will get the business?

Assuming the branch will be electrified?

"bevans"

No word on the ...

Pembroke Resources' Olive Downs coking coal mine received Federal environment approvals on May 14th, following the granting of environmental authorities by the Queensland Government last year.

The ...

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Considering Aurizon scrapped its four VASO sugar sets within months of its sugar contract ending in 2017, it appears Aurizon is retaining its narrow gauge grain fleet ...

[quote="bevans"][quote=Big J]

Considering Aurizon scrapped its four VASO sugar sets within months of its sugar contract ending in 2017, it appears Aurizon is retaining its narrow gauge grain fleet ...

Since Watco began hauling Queensland GrainCorp grain in December 2019, Aurizon's three grain sets have been in storage. Today, one of those sets was transferred by a pair of Aurizon 2470s from Toowoom ...

Posted 18 May 2020 06:42 in Operators by Sulla1

Wilmar will begin installing outward facing cameras on its Burdekin locomotive fleet this year. Two locos will have cameras installed for the 2020 season, mostly to record dangerous behaviour at level ...

Posted 15 May 2020 16:34 in Queensland by Sulla1

[quote="Graham4405"][quote=Sulla1][quote]Thx for such a great response Sulla.

Did the GIN's have sidings in Queensland for the trains to load?[/quote]

Namoi Cotton has a siding four kilometres ...

Posted 13 May 2020 16:22 in Queensland by Sulla1

The Namoi Cotton siding near Goondiwindi is the only siding likely to be impacted by the Inland Rail project. Presuming Namoi Cotton wants to retain rail access I'm guessing it will be up to it to fun ...

Posted 13 May 2020 10:42 in Queensland by Sulla1

[quote="NSWGR8022"][quote=Sulla1][quote]Thx for such a great response Sulla.

Did the GIN's have sidings in Queensland for the trains to load?[/quote]

Namoi Cotton has a siding four kilometres e ...

Posted 13 May 2020 05:19 in Queensland by Sulla1

Thx for such a great response Sulla.

Did the GIN's have sidings in Queensland for the trains to load?

"NSWGR8022"

Namoi Cotton has a siding four kilometres east of Goondiwindi. T ...

Posted 12 May 2020 16:31 in Queensland by Sulla1

[quote="NSWGR8022"][quote=Sulla1]Once the tunnel floor project is officially completed (I've not been able to find out if it is yet, although at least one test run has occurred), then only price, the ...

Posted 12 May 2020 14:29 in Queensland by Sulla1

After what became a very well documented journey to Warwick on social media, WRA004 and WRA003 are heading north again at the moment, having passed through Brisbane's northern suburbs around midday to ...

Posted 08 May 2020 07:45 in Sightings by Sulla1

The North Coast Line between Stuart and Townsville was quite busy yesterday (7.5.2020) between 9.00am and 5.00pm, thanks to a number of Aurizon shunts including

2835 with a three wagon Jetty trip ret ...

Posted 08 May 2020 07:44 in Queensland by Sulla1

The North Coast Line between Stuart and Townsville was quite busy yesterday (7.5.2020) between 9.00am and 5.00pm, thanks to a number of Aurizon shunts including

2835 with a three wagon Jetty trip re ...

Posted 07 May 2020 08:24 in Queensland by Sulla1

Another Watco cattle wagon transfer from Mackay to Warwick is currently in transit today, having left Mackay yesterday. WRA003 & WRA004 are in charge of 45 KOJX.

The reality in Queensland is that there are very few multi-user intermodal terminals elsewhere in the state, PN and Linfox each have separate narrow gauge terminals at Rockhampton, Mackay, Merinda, To ...

The ACCC has lost its appeal to prevent PN's purchase of the Acacia Ridge terminal from Aurizon. The ACCC had argued the purchase of the terminal would prevent intermodal rail competition on the Easte ...

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