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Do they define passing lane anywhere which is what ive heard the ~7km long crossing loops called in places, or is this a non technical term?
The 'Passing Lane' thing goes back  ...

I stopped at Sheherds Siding earlier this week, it has signed around it as being part of the Riverina Oils and Bio Energy group - they have a plant down the road a Bowmans.
Lots ...

Coca-Cola Amatil had no interest in Shepherds Siding NSW Wink

[quote=Jack Le Lievre][quote]P2N (Parkes to Narromine) - Freight trains will resume operations from 21/9.[/quote]No Services are permitted until after 24/09/20 after the AK Cars have made a run.

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P2N (Parkes to Narromine) - Freight trains will resume operations from 21/9.

Too bad I just saw this post as I could have checked it out as I drove past it today.

It seems like that Part 2 of the 2019-2020 bushfire season is over.
Many fire areas got relatively little rain and not enough to kill the fires. After a few days of b ...


Decades of poor management and lack of maintenance got it to it's current point.All the work that has been done since it was fobbed off to ARTC has been catchup work for a track tha ...

In the Stockinbingal to Parkes (S2P) section, the Daroobalgie crossing loop between Forbes and Parkes, has been fast-tracked with construction due to start next year. ...

The umpteenth time this has been proposed and it will not happen.

Inquiry into Inland Rail and they haven't even finished the first section.

Interactive map of the Illabo to Stockinbingal (I2S) section,

Notably, the junction at Stockinbingal shows no connection between east and south.

Posted 19 Aug 2019 08:05 in New South Wales by cootanee

I wonder if ARTC will retain the line between Coota and Illabo once the new Inland Rail section is in use. They may well mothball it to save on maintenance.

And with the increasing contribution that road tires make to micro-plastic pollution, there will hopefully be more pressure on Governments to shift freight off roads and to rail.

Posted 18 Jan 2019 10:15 in Victoria by cootanee

[quote=Madjikthise][quote]On well maintained cwr with concrete sleepers, resilient fasteners and with a good ballast shoulder, [/quote]There's your problem. Track maintenance currently appears to be r ...

Posted 06 Jan 2019 16:43 in The Lounge by cootanee

Some of his early morning Twitter rants are gems, and they reckon he doesn't drink,,,,, hummmm?
Not drink, ego!

Seems this project has turned out to be one very long slog.

ATMS Website seems to have been all but forgotten. Schedule has rollout as 2018. Anyone know the latest?

This long document deals with issues raised over the Narromine to Narrabri section. Not through my farm? ...

Posted 20 Aug 2018 08:13 in The Lounge by cootanee

The Liberal Party majority needs to reject this minority of malcontents. Voters know this has nothing to do with electricity prices.

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) today announced INLink is the preferred construction contractor for the Parkes to Narromine section of Inland Rail ahead of the contract signing.

http://www.s3 ...

A $13.5M contract has been awarded for feasibility design work on the Narromine to Narrabri section.

"The next step for Inland Rail between Narromine and Narrabri will be to lodge an application fo ...

Posted 11 Jul 2018 08:32 in The Lounge by cootanee

You have to have a hard heart not to feel good about the rescue in Thailand.

Humanity at its rare best.

-  Rocla at Mittagong to supply 200,000 concrete sleepers for first stage of Inland Rail

-  $20 million contract creates 20 new jobs in Southern Highlands

-  Pacific National train delivers first sl ...

Moving right along Wink  here's a link to a video of the Tomingley West bridge replacement on the Parkes tp Narromine section.

Ditto about what $6m gets you.

They have a 2km wide strip on the map running from Illabo and Stockinbingal and somewhere within that will go a rail line. Fortunately they're not doing this in an ur ...

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