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Tiny

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Posted 15 Jan 2015 19:37 in Western Australia by Tiny

Not 100% sure, as I have heard conflicting theory's.

Theory 1 is that Aurizon have the contract on a full time basis, and in fact will be using the last 30 wagons in a 90 wagon set from Perenjori t ...

Posted 15 Jan 2015 19:37 in Western Australia by Tiny

Not 100% sure, as I have heard conflicting theory's.

Theory 1 is that Aurizon have the contract on a full time basis, and in fact will be using the last 30 wagons in a 90 wagon set from Perenjori t ...

Posted 20 Nov 2013 15:22 in Western Australia by Tiny

AFAIK, there is no way in hell that Aurizon - a competitor to Qube - would be hauling Qube's trains!

I've written in another thread about Qube ordering 200+ narrow gauge container wagons - one can  ...

Posted 14 Nov 2013 13:21 in Western Australia by Tiny

As far as I am aware, the depot itself will remain in situ, with all wagons currently stowed there. It will no longer be a manned depot.

Posted 14 Nov 2013 13:19 in Western Australia by Tiny

Pretty sure this is the Qube Logistics job. Qube's crane and Rotabox system are already set up at Bunbury ready to go.

I believe the Rotabox system will be used by Iluka for Iron concentrate (with  ...

I'll tell you what though.

If Rio/BHP/FMG want to match my wage as a road-train driver, I'd be more than happy to jump ship. I currently work 2 on/1 off, and live in a single room donga in Mt Magne ...

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WOW! Is this at all true? I had ...

Posted 18 Sep 2013 11:35 in Western Australia by Tiny

Nickel Matte was being carted in open wagons up until about 1 year ago out of West Kalgoorlie. To cut down on the amount of double handling, it is now loaded into containers at Kalgoorlie Nickel Smelt ...

Posted 07 Aug 2013 11:16 in Western Australia by Tiny

Brookfield are currently laying a second loop at Walkaway. The loop is almost the same length as the current crossing loop, with just enough room at either end to release a loco or two to run around a ...

Posted 07 Aug 2013 11:13 in Western Australia by Tiny

Is that the Matisa railcar? It was up here in Narngulu only about 3-4 weeks ago, and there are photos of it being used on the Hotham Valley news page.

Posted 27 Jun 2013 16:52 in Western Australia by Tiny

Watco already occupies  a large section of the Avon yard
1978Prime
Sorry, you're right. They have access to a small section for servicing and repairing near the east road entrance. Hardl ...

Posted 25 Jun 2013 12:47 in Western Australia by Tiny

Kulja

Posted 25 Jun 2013 12:42 in Western Australia by Tiny

[quote=GSRailway]Would CBH be looking for some place to service their Locomotives and rolling stock. It could be the opportunity that they have been looking forward to.As at the moment most servicing ...

Posted 13 Apr 2013 14:49 in Western Australia by Tiny

Business section of today's West says that CBH will be clearing out of Quirading and Narambeen in the coming weeks - operations on the Tier 3 lines!

Get your photos before Troy Buswell stops it for ...

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thought I would start a thread on the rail industry in wa as a whole, where anyone can post any general information on what is happening over here. I will start it of by say ...

Posted 26 Mar 2013 11:16 in The Lounge by Tiny

One example I've just noticed is the M&M ad that has been running for the past few months, with Red on the shopping checkout belt.
Going back through some of the older SuperBowl ads from previous ...

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All I can say is it better not end up on road like the last mineral sands train north of muchea (I forget the name of the now disconnected sidding) ...

Posted 19 Mar 2013 10:42 in Western Australia by Tiny

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I think you will find Willis Engineer ...

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So long as any publicity events and brochures have recently-washed new locomotives in the most current livery, the cosmetic cond ...

And it's all gone now. The last sands train ran out of Eneabba on the morning of Friday 22/02/2013, and has not run since.
It is unlikely that there will be a return to Mineral Sands haulage by rail.

Posted 18 Mar 2013 10:38 in Western Australia by Tiny

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I think you will find Willis Engineering is now defunct , with that property up for sale ...

Posted 18 Mar 2013 10:37 in Western Australia by Tiny


Is there any timeframe on that decision?
It's kinda getting old seeing CBH011 at the front of every friggin grain train xD
"JNSymes"

ACCC decision was supposed t ...

Posted 13 Mar 2013 10:05 in Western Australia by Tiny

Pingelly?

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I know we will most likely not see this for at least another 4 years, but, I did notice that the map for Metronet had the southern loop following the path of the Freight l ...

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Oh no!! , not one of Mr Vellacott's ex South African third class wide vision window coaches funded by the WA Govt. r ...

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