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davesvline

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Posted 14 Jul 2020 06:17 in The Lounge by davesvline

Simple reality is - It’s not serious if Bunnings is open, and the construction industry is still going (income for government tax coffers).

We say lockdown, but it’s not. The fines for non comp ...

[quote=DJPeters][quote]IP/Ghan carriage pre-order discount ending soon, models expected to be available late July.

In the time since these models were announced we've seen the prototype IP using ex S ...

Well seemingly, if you pay peanuts - you get...…....

But alas, its all moot now, because it really pains me to say this but - Covid to the rescue from these muppets.

Nobody is flying anywhere so ...

Thanks for sharing the pics Bevans.

Aside from the pity of missing number boards on the tender and sides of the cab, it looks absolutely fantastic considering some of the other preserved locos I've ...

Seems like questions answered then fellas, Cheers.

Here's hoping that someone like Auscision decides to run the steel Overland cars seen being hauled by V/Line locos in the 80s-90s

Admittedly, i ...

Go back to Auscision and look in among the VR E cars for V&SAR joint-stock cars.
allan
Ahh  oops. The steel bodied, not timber ones.

Perhaps this is where the confusion crept in.

S ...

My apologies if this question has already been raised/and or answered.

Overland cars. I've typed Overland in the search function on this site and it does the 3 bars of indecisiveness and then clear ...

Posted 05 Jul 2020 13:43 in The Lounge by davesvline

The other point here is the 4 reasons to be leaving the lockdown areas.... Do you have to prove that, or the utterance of one of them suffices???

Is there any benefit mandating that everyone needs  ...

The BEST livery IMHO, and gone far too soon.

Plus, an N class on a freight........... less common than a G on a pass I would guess. Not by much though.

These (hate to use the term old - its too  ...

Posted 30 Jun 2020 17:18 in The Lounge by davesvline

Did anyone see that cu*t in Broady on 7news last night?

We are never getting rid of this stupid virus cause of him and others that share his outlook.
stooge spark


Now that the suburbs ...

Posted 30 Jun 2020 14:13 in The Lounge by davesvline

Did anyone see that cu*t in Broady on 7news last night?

We are never getting rid of this stupid virus cause of him and others that share his outlook.
stooge spark


Some of my cohorts h ...

Posted 29 Jun 2020 19:47 in The Lounge by davesvline

Yeah well....... We're too deep in their pockets now.

Nobody is going to take us seriously (them included) until we start cancelling port leases and confiscating purchased property et all.

These m ...

Nup, ditch it. $5 flat fee.

Cant afford it.... Bugger off and walk - it's not like the exercise will kill you.

No issue with having a concession/disabled fare for it either. That's usually merit b ...

I'd say good on SSR for managing a fantastic result thus far on both of these locos.

Regards

That’s good to hear mate, and you’re bang on with having to wait. Covid being no expediter I’m sure.

I suppose we’re starting to drag the bottom for new models to be run, as surely there’s  ...

Hopefully they decide to rerun the JCX bogie hoppers but ONLY in the VR and VLine liveries, as the others lingered on in the sales que. The MET liveried version would be great IF it could be done with ...

Actually, after my initial reply and upon looking at Mark Bau’s Victorianrailways.net, the bottom of the CE van page has a letter from 1965 that mandated all CE’s (excluding the 6 joint stock ones ...

M636C thanks for your reply.

Cheers

Anyway........ On the E cars, does anyone here know if any CE vans ran to 1985 that weren’t in VR blue??

Regards

Posted 17 May 2020 19:49 in The Lounge by davesvline

Yet I still see adds on TV that aren’t Covid compliant. What’s that?? Covid compliant Shocked......well it’s adverts for anything seen to be socially doing/showing or implying any behaviour cont ...

Here’s hoping there’s no repeating the numbers of the Austrains run. This way, I’ll buy more.

First series would be nice. Real life 1ft longer 1st series scaled down to HO would be SFA on the ...

Posted 10 May 2020 19:23 in The Lounge by davesvline

I like Dons posts......

But I’ll have to say the one about the Aussie car industry ignores one particular fact.

Our car market on its death bed ignored one simple fact. That the customer vehic ...

Posted 25 Apr 2020 17:44 in The Lounge by davesvline

Yeah well, the Americans just wouldn’t be effing told.

Missed the boat badly and now it’s bend over, don’t cough, up it goes.....

I still recon any of the figures outta China are crap, and m ...

Posted 21 Apr 2020 21:58 in The Lounge by davesvline

Pop quiz.

1. Australians and their selfish greed wanting to take the cash and sell of anything to anyone stumping up the cash. Ala realestate to the Chinese with residential property of from anywhe ...

Posted 12 Apr 2020 08:55 in The Lounge by davesvline

Bingley is correct.

Whilst the foreign investment towers being built in Melbourne CBD are an unsightly blight due to mostly Hong Kong inspired ugly shapes, the construction industry ploughs on comple ...

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