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Posted 07 Apr 2014 06:36 in South Australia by fabricator

Posting this here since it's somewhat relevant to the Seaford Line (Listen to the entire story)
Milkomeda


Planned Seaford line shutdown for track work (implied for Tonsley junction), o ...

Posted 06 Apr 2014 16:31 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=justapassenger]A partial closure for even a whole weekend shouldn't need any work done to establish convoluted alternative access to Dry Creek. It is well established that DEMUs can operate for ...

[quote=justapassenger]Agree - consideration has to be made about who the warning is intended for.

The average punter has their own definition of low/high voltage which is different again to any de ...

Posted 05 Apr 2014 17:07 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=Jumbo2001]Drivers aren't trained how to use it, and it is classed as a Train Order territory. I believe the renewal of the turnout at Port Junction was more to facilitate movements from the Por ...

Posted 04 Apr 2014 19:53 in South Australia by fabricator

I nearly cried with joy to see this turntable used as I thought that it was disused!
Heath Loxton


I nearly cried with to see you using this account as I hoped that it was disused!

S ...

[quote=Aaron]Or perhaps not?

So you never seen a low voltage distribution box with seemingly ironic "Danger Low Voltage 415V" printed on them? Next time I see one will photograph it for your benef ...

Posted 04 Apr 2014 13:05 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=Aaron]Who says they were in a hurry? Professionals could take their time and transform the gain into something different. Also, it wasn't the HV they took, it was LV signalling gear apparently. ...

Posted 04 Apr 2014 05:23 in South Australia by fabricator

Wonder what caused the Snuggery Station buildings to subside like that. A sign the back platform wall has collapsed ?

Posted 04 Apr 2014 05:08 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=don_dunstan]It's not as easy as it used to be to get rid of copper - a lot of dealers/merchants here in Vic were turned over by the police for buying it when they should have known better so no ...

You could paint the entire crossing with yellow crosshatched lines, and signs that state "Anything inside this area gets demolished by the next train" and someone would still manage to stop their car  ...

Posted 26 Mar 2014 18:56 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=hosk1956]And what 'is' the mess you all talk about Milko? There is no 'mess' to fix up, 4007 hasn't even left Dandenong yet which makes it awefully difficult to roll of the back of a truck if i ...

Posted 26 Mar 2014 17:19 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=DrJames]with regard to (1) - common sense would suggest that the machines powering those screens have limited, if any, internet access. I'd be surprised if there's any reason they need to be ac ...

Posted 17 Mar 2014 23:49 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=justapassenger]That would depend on the structural damage. The worst case is that the undamaged components get stripped out and installed in a later new-build centre car and the structure/body ...

[quote=justapassenger]My reference to Olsen and Brown was about the previous hung parliament here from 2002-06 - they had burned Bob Such when he was the Liberals' education minister and then parachut ...

Posted 16 Mar 2014 21:49 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=Heath Loxton]a) in late 2013 the odd looking SAHMRI facility opened and has provided over 650 extra CBD jobs in medical research.

b) in early 2014 the new Adelaide oval precinct will open with ...

[quote=62440]It looks increasingly possible to be a hung parliament with Geoff Brock holding the balance of power in the mid North.

If he wants passenger trains to Port Pirie, he will get them. Dream ...

[quote=justapassenge]It is appropriate that the Greens (the ALP with beards) and Family First (the churchgoing wing of the Liberal Party) both have zero seats - and zero chance - so that there is no p ...

[quote=nscaler69]Speaking today with a couple of Liberals doing a street meet, I asked them about public transport and some of the reply was basically finishing of what Labor hoped or promised they wo ...

Meanwhile Adelaide has long since converted their Comeng style DMUs to use push button door release. Mainly to stop idiots from forcing the door open while the train was moving. In this case the trigg ...

Posted 12 Mar 2014 08:54 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=don_dunstan][size=2]David, I just find it really disappointing that every time I read threads to do with this project there's almost non-stop complaints about nearly everything connected to it. ...

Posted 12 Mar 2014 06:26 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=Aaron]Not the 30 year plan rubbish, many of Labor's current members may be alive in 30 years, point us to an example of the electrification (any rail project actually) being an SA state ALP pol ...

[quote=mm42]I visited the station last week. It looks great value for $16m, compared with what the same budget buys in Melbourne. If anyone is going past on Monday when the Future Music Festival is on ...

Posted 11 Mar 2014 17:29 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=Aaron]Perhaps when you next bother to contact the Premier's office you might like to inform him of his rail policies, because the policies you post of are fiction according to SA Labor... No be ...

Posted 10 Mar 2014 20:07 in South Australia by fabricator

[quote=SAR526]I have always thought that the Gawler line should have been finished rather than rebuilding the oval and providing an extra bridge over the Torrens, desirable though both may be.

Anyo ...

Posted 04 Mar 2014 17:09 in South Australia by fabricator

Fabricator, when was the last time you drove from CD to NC to catch an express? Confused
Aaron


For some strange reason, I don't feel the need to drive all the way from Gawler to Christies Do ...
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