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evilestfunkiest

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Well last time i travelled on the bus i had a cityrail ticket and only had to show it to the driver,so unless theyve changed the rules im fairly certain you should be able to just rock up on the day w ...

As a novice i dont wanna put my foot into my mouth more than i do,i can understand they need to fit their trains in where they can,maybe instead of saying a new timetable,perhaps they should have word ...

Its funny how they are describing this as a new timetable,yet really everything is the same with the exception of the brisbane xpt and the armidale/moree explorer,theres nothing even remotely new or c ...

it beats me where they come up with their ideas,theyve changed times for the trains heading north west and north coast,but nothing for south except for removing a stop,i know im an amateur and all,but ...

Ive got some questions about the new timetables they are bringing out,firstly how does sending the melbourne train via east hills save it time when it seems that that particular train likes to run lat ...

nice to see nothing has changed with cityrail since ive moved to adelaide,good to see they can still screw things up:lol:

Posted 07 May 2013 13:58 in Sydney Suburban by evilestfunkiest

im kind of new here so forgive my ignorance,but was read that news article it said something about the new timetable not being implemented till late next year,so is it changing this year and again nex ...

I am mostly after the southern and western regions services as i have seen that there are a lot of disused rail lines down there

I am studying and doing an analysis and comparison of services between the 1980s and the present.

What i am after is timetables from around 1985 to 1995 to be able to do what i need to do,if anyone h ...

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