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catchpoint

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Awesome

HO Scale NSW 49 class now confirmed on Auscision FB page

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Catchpoint

[quote=splod]

Umm - willing to stand corrected but the Purina Factory at Blayney is connected to rail - it already has its own siding (source: personal recollection, NSWRail.net shows photos of the P ...

[quote=NSWGR8022]Here is an announcement from Nestle https://www.nestle.com.au/en/media/pressreleases/nestle-purina-petcare-creates-100-jobs-and-invests-65m-in-nsw-central-west on the recent developme ...

[quote=lkernan][quote][quote]..................

With any luck Auscision will finally release some details about their N scale lineup, considering the order forms for the NR were "coming soon" 6 month ...

whats to say that this isn't just an Eureka 38?

more info from the OP is required me thinks

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Catchpoint

Are we to assume then, its the same mob as:

[url=https://www.railpage.com.au/f-p976730.htm]https://www.railpage.com.au/f-p976730.htm

Regards,

Catchpoint

[quote=viaprojects]

Willing to stand corrected, but if the V sets fit in the Non Electric Stock Loading Gauge (allowing for pantographs till Lithgow), which allows them to travel pass Springwood, t ...

[quote=NSWRcars][font=Times New Roman][font=Calibri]Set V10 which was stabled on the down main at Leura, and was heavily tagged, appears to have been retrieved sometime this weekend. Is there really a ...

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla][quote]I've seen A4 and A3 envelopes; what is a kinematic envelope?[/quote]Known to 'traditional' railwaymen as:

[ul][li]Structure gauge (nothing inside thereof)[/li][li]Rolli ...

[quote=viaprojects]

Just an idea? plausible or dreaming?

not worth the paperwork or damage to the V sets ... all options would have the sets in the workshop after the relocation ... better to f ...

Currently Trainlink NSW Intercity services on the Blue Mtns line are being provided at a reduced timetable and as 4 car sets.

Official explanation given is that 52 carriages (equals 6 and 1/2 eight ...

Posted 11 Feb 2020 13:56 in Sydney Suburban by catchpoint

Maybe the "class" will come into it on the NIF when you have to avoid / find another seat without a broken fold-down tray table / rubbish left in the cup holder / chewing gum in the USB port....

Re ...

Posted 04 Feb 2020 11:11 in New South Wales by catchpoint

[quote=TristanG]Hey All, I have the need to get out to Bathurst over the weekend, but when booking on TrainLink, I can only seem to find the XPT to Dubbo services. Any ideas when the Bullets will be b ...

You might try for some images in this series of books

[url=https://arhsnsw.com.au/product/signal-boxes-of-nsw-rlys-tramways-v2/]

[url=https://arhsnsw.com.au/product/signal-boxes-of-nsw-rlys-tramways ...

Posted 21 Oct 2019 15:59 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by catchpoint

[quote=alco4836]Hi All

I am just after as much info and pics of the NSWGR EVD display cars

I know they were the Captain Cook museum train and a dinosaur train

but were they used for anything else ...

[url=http://www.robx1.net/nswtkt/home.htm]http://www.robx1.net/nswtkt/home.htm

This already seems a pretty comprehensive review?

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Catchpoint

[quote=TheMeddlingMonk]To be fair, the importers probably aren't aware of that.

It really depends on the quality of the connector. The really cheap ones won't last more than a dozen cycles. Higher ...

[quote=TheMeddlingMonk]I have to agree with the above comments. Unfortunately those types of connectors that I have seen used for steam locos (between engine and tender) are usually intended for perma ...

[quote=bevans][quote]Was 3001 ever owned by Barry Tulloch?[/quote]

Research myself. [url=https://www.railpage.com.au/locos/c30t-class-nswgr/3016]https://www.railpage.com.au/locos/c30t-class-nswgr/301 ...

[quote=fzr560][quote][quote]Only an engineer would try to justify another engineers logic by further complicating the original idea Peter! Points for trying though.

There’s no turntable, there’ ...

[quote=The_trolley]It’ll be interesting to see how the traverser pays off when it suffers a failure and a part needs to go to Western Sydney for rebuilding or the lead time on a replacement componen ...

[quote=M636C]The problem can be overcome by providing a track on the far side of the traverser on the arrival roads.

The first loco is uncoupled and run ahead, the second loco is moved first.

The tw ...

[quote=The_trolley]Until the traverser breaks down putting a stop to all run around moves resulting in additional complicated shunting.

There’s a lot to be said for simplicity at times and a trav ...

The track diagram on the ARTC Safe Notice 2-4288 shows four dead end 674 metre long sidings that terminate using a loco traverser instead of the usual turnouts. Is this a first?
Piston
L ...

[quote=comtrain][quote]Did anyone sight the Wombat Models 30T "bogie tender" sample at the recent Hills Model Railway Exhibition as noted on their FB page?

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Catchpoint[/quote]Its overdue ...

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