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Posted 15 Jan 2021 00:56 in New South Wales by c3526blue

[quote=Campaspe 2]Hello,

I understand that a full size mock-up of the new CAF train is currently located somewhere in Bathurst and is being used to obtain staff and customer group feedback on the p ...

Hello all,

The Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre is re-opening for guided tours on Tuesday 01/12/20 (already passed).

The following details apply -

[ul][li] Tours are to be pre-booked by phoning ...

[quote=ssaunders]While some here are complaining about the detail I suspect you aren't the target market, of course it could be better and of course the price could be more, if it was put out by Hornb ...

Hello all,

I am confused by many of the preceeding posts.  Are we talking about SMS vs Lima or is there some other brand involved?  The obfuscation is baffling.

We should only be comparing model ...

[quote=DCook][quote][quote]I notice a recent TOC waiver on the ARTC website for the movement of carriages HS 36, LFX 1776 and FS 2016 (which is not on your list) from Broadmeadow to Thirlmere ([url=ht ...

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla][quote]I think the bit I object to is "claim a helpless truck." The media could help if it reported these incidents as careless.[/quote]Perhaps they (or their spellcheck) don't ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote][quote]complete the Maldon-Dombarton rail link. [/quote]

This won't happen. This line was designed for electric loco use and not diesels.[/quote]Designed in 1980's with only ...

I agree that a non DDA station is better than no station.


No it isn't. Every new station needs to be DDA compliant.
simstrain
By legislation, yes.  By need, not necessari ...

[quote=WimbledonW]But there are issues with the trains. It would appear the wheels are wearing too fast and getting wheel flats. Some cars apparently shake quite badly, but not all train sets are the ...

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[size=4][font=Arial, sans-serif]Regarding your questions about curve radius issues the ...

Posted 25 Jun 2020 02:02 in The Lounge by c3526blue

I used to love the ABC.  It was the only source of unbiased news and comments about society and the world.  Unfortunately that was 30 years ago.  I will not watch it now because of its extreme bias.   ...

Hello all,

Very sadly the current run of LNP governments in NSW has a very lengthy list of atrocious decisions, far too long to individually list in this post.

Some that spring to mind are -

...

Thanks PJ,

I had thought of Datasheets but had not followed it up (a seniors moment perhaps)!

Gone through my D/S collection and came across an unnumbered sheet (B11 perhaps) detailing timber pl ...

Hello Gents and Gentesses,

I am endeavouring to find a design detail for NSWGR platforms, being the slope of the ramp at the end of brick faced platforms.

I cannot find a standard or drawing whi ...

Posted 19 Jun 2020 08:19 in New South Wales by c3526blue

[quote=bingley hall][quote]Slightly off topic but same location.....

Does anyone know what caused the delays in getting over Ardglen on Tuesday just gone (14/6) ?

I was driving south from Tamwor ...

[quote=meh]Thanks both, much appreciated Smile
I've searched every combination of 'Parkesbourne Road Bridge' but nothing came up. Also NSWGR timber bridges didnt help for this one either.

Again, ...

Posted 07 May 2020 20:41 in New South Wales by c3526blue

[quote=KRviator][url=https://www.atsb.gov.au/media/5777778/ro-2019-010_final.pdf]Final Report is out now. Nothing too spectacular, a broken rail from the preceding train dropped the block and 7MB9 was ...

Posted 07 May 2020 20:28 in New South Wales by c3526blue

[quote=bingley hall][quote][quote]"It seems to me that the train was too long to get into the yard and derailed on the way out," Mr Price said.

I find the above quote from the Southern Tablelands ...

[quote=DCook]While scrolling through flickr I found this semi recent picture of 3609 at Junee, it looks really good and makes a stark comparison to the condition it was formerly in, good job to all th ...

[quote=a6et][quote][quote]On the topic of restoring 3830 and all the options that have been talked about, I was at thirlmere recently and 3830 has been moved next to 3820 which looks great but just do ...

---- and what about heritage locomotives, both steam and diesel.  Or has this aspect been completely overlooked by the EPA academics (as usual)?

Happy gasping,

John

[quote=a6et][quote][quote][quote]….. snipped ……. The Coota tour had a very experienced driver in Clive Clease who was also an acting locomotive inspector at the time and later became a senior in ...

[quote=a6et][quote][quote]Any updates on the trials?[/quote]It ran down to Moss Vale and return without issue so I guess they might be painting it now.[/quote]Getting ready for steamfest one would thi ...

Meh,

If you contact Rod at Harlow Graphics, Goulburn he may have one of the H0 Laser Rail Bits kits available, or may be able to run one off for you at a different scale if so required.

This blo ...

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