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For the benefit of other iggerant people like myself who do not speak acronym RZD is, apparently, Russian Railways.

Posted 19 Oct 2020 17:28 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

[quote=Valvegear][quote]Not once but twice other passengers boarded (first lot at Gisborne and the second at Kyneton) and sat DIRECTLY behind me despite the otherwise empty carriage and big yellow sig ...

Posted 19 Oct 2020 17:08 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

[quote=Valvegear][quote] If you didn't know, Sydney's International and Domestic Airports are completely separated.[/quote] Absolute rubbish. it's one airport with two sets of terminal buildings. Zuri ...

They should have said "bull elephants"; at least that phrase contributes one appropriate word.
Valvegear
I wonder how many dachshunds per head of population per year that equates to?

Humphrey Appleby has already applied.

Posted 19 Oct 2020 12:16 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]This is the rather lame advice from the Department of Home Affairs:

https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/new-zealand-safe-travel-zone

It worth noting that the travel bubble i ...

Been heavier usage over the past week.  Pushing a lot of traffic.
bevans
Thank you Sir. Glad it's not me.

Posted 18 Oct 2020 22:46 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

[quote=Valvegear][quote]It may well also he a hangover from a period, 17th century England maybe, when hairdressers also did minor surgical work, and were hence considered medical practitioners. Old l ...

Posted 18 Oct 2020 22:45 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

[quote=justarider][quote]An interesting bureaucratic argument with which to waste some time. Laughing
I don't see getting a hair cut is either medical or essential except in special cases. As for car ...

[quote=Lockspike][quote]Historical Note: The old PMG department the first automatic telephone exchange in the Southern hemisphere was commissioned at Geelong in 1912 and survived in service till 1959 ...

Posted 18 Oct 2020 22:31 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

[quote=billybaxter]It may well also he a hangover from a period, 17th century England maybe, when hairdressers also did minor surgical work, and were hence considered medical practitioners. Old laws n ...

Posted 18 Oct 2020 22:07 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

An interesting bureaucratic argument with which to waste some time. Laughing
I don't see getting a hair cut is either medical or essential except in special cases. As for care I should have said 'car ...

[quote=jakar][quote]I don't know this week's name of the responsible body. [/quote]Surprisingly this one hasn't changed for a while.

[url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VicTrack]https://en.wikipedia ...

[quote=ngarner]The VR loading gauge, as it used to be, and probably hasn't changed all that much, can be found in any WTT Addenda. Victorianrailways.net has one of these:

http://victorianrailways.n ...

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla]DD,

Yes and no. Smile

From memory some Wegmann and some Kinki Sharyo passenger cars are/were (?) out of gauge (OoG) beyond CR. From memory ARE roomette and BRD economy twinette M ...

Posted 18 Oct 2020 18:56 in The Lounge by YM-Mundrabilla

Directions still don't make sense to me.

OK so the two hour away from home has gone and the 5 km radius has extended to 25 km.  BUT the four reasons to leave home remain until around the end of the  ...

So far so good. Time will tell.

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[color=#4d4d54][size=2][font=Segoe UI]Shipped at 1354 on 14 October[/font][/size][/c ...

Is it just me or is RP getting slower by the day plus more 'overload' outages?

Says not a lot for the alternative site.

Says even less for not bothering to try.

Had they tried they would have found that:

[ul][li]the address was a secret and no one could 'remember' where it wa ...

[quote=Valvegear]Early in this thread we had some comment about elephants. Now, much more meaningfully, we have the City of Yarra gravely informing us that, "Together we recycle the weight of about 15 ...

Eggs and baskets!

Posted 16 Oct 2020 19:16 in Victoria by YM-Mundrabilla

Nothing like a disaster to bring some focus.
james.au
Nothing like a disaster to cover up no end of shortcomings, incompetence and all manner of other things...................

Posted 16 Oct 2020 12:16 in Victoria by YM-Mundrabilla

[quote=bevans]A brief report to Members and supporters. The Rail Revival Alliance is developing a proposal for the reintroduction of passenger trains on the Mildura line.

A copy of the draft timeta ...

Posted 16 Oct 2020 12:13 in Victoria by YM-Mundrabilla

Is there SG into Ballarat?
route14
Not at the moment.

How long before the Trainees become the Trainers?

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