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[quote=Screech]I still think the biggest problem here is the lack of investment in recruiting and training of new drivers. There is no shortage of people wanting to do the job but trainee opportunitie ...

[quote=KRviator]I've seen it a number of times now with PN and now I've seen Aurizon have offered sign-on bonuses for qualified Driver's who are willing to see if the grass [i]is [/i]greener with some ...

[quote=Sulla1]Wabtec's current product line of mid-sized ES models...

[url=https://www.wabteccorp.com/locomotive/medium-weight-locomotives]https://www.wabteccorp.com/locomotive/medium-weight-locomo ...

Posted 16 Apr 2022 07:23 in South Australia by fzr560

Mods, close this thread.  This is a matter for ATSB.
4BJ
Whatever you say boss. The other option is people could just behave like grown-ups.

[quote=theanimal][quote][quote][quote]There was a steam loco passing around 0900 this morning, it was possibly the R class as only identification was with the whistle and certainly not from the Branxt ...

They're trespassing. Punish away.

Posted 11 Mar 2022 12:24 in New South Wales by fzr560

[quote=c3526blue][quote]Sydneysiders obviously need to stop producing rubbish, is that an acceptable solution?

Unanderra to Mosy is closed and the main south is/was closed.

Suspect the garbo train w ...

4 pages......
doyle
And you and I will both need to accept some responsibility if it gets to 5.Very Happy

[quote=Totoro]This is excellent news when you think about it. Less coal fire power is better for the environment (obviously), but less coal-related rail freight means more slots for passenger services ...

Posted 08 Feb 2022 16:37 in NT by fzr560

why lock the thread ?
Because it's a pie in the sky idea. In other words, it will never happen.
Graham4405
If all pie in the sky threads are locked, forum traffic will like ...

[quote=BrentonGolding][quote][quote] does anyone know if the present day rail fan 1930s style heritage carriage tour trains have retention tank dunnies and wheelchair /mobility assistant walking frame ...

Posted 25 Jan 2022 20:20 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by fzr560

[quote=michaelgm][quote]Straight out of a five-year-old's colouring book.[/quote]Geez Valvegear, you’re a hard marker. Can’t all be blue and gold or Tuscan and yellow.

Just hypothesising, should ...

Posted 22 Jan 2022 07:32 in The Lounge by fzr560

[quote=speedemon08]I suspect lack of lights is the bigger issue in the equation at the moment, as it took 2 months for my Athearn C44-9WL to arrive here but I'd chalk half of that due to Christmas rus ...

Posted 10 Jan 2022 18:29 in The Lounge by fzr560

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla]Superficially Little River and Beveridge are roughly similar distances from the warehouses etc that they are intended to serve but what I find interesting is the possibly more po ...

[quote=Mabsdad]Thanks for the reply! Much appreciated.

We are happy to go were the work is to get established. Obviously Queensland would be ideal however I am realistic and completely understand ...

Posted 03 Nov 2021 15:28 in Queensland by fzr560

[quote=Sulla1]After seven months of track laying, the 189km Carmichael Network has been completed. Test trains are expected to begin shortly. Work continues on the Bowen Rail Company's main servicing ...

Posted 12 Oct 2021 15:09 in Operators by fzr560

In europe or the USA that sort of deliberate anti competitive behaviour can lead to significant millions in fines and/or criminal charges for a director.
bevans
I'll take your word for i ...

[quote=M636C][quote]Breakthrough engineering in the industry that currently remains timeless with current versions still being based on it.

Will carry Australia for a while yet.[/quote]It seems that ...

Posted 09 Oct 2021 08:16 in Victoria by fzr560

[quote=emmastreet][quote][quote]The Echuca line upgrade was paused for two weeks because parts of it were declared a Tier 1 exposure site after a worker from Melbourne was onsite while infectious with ...

Although labour-hire on locos was originally "sold" as giving companies added flexibility what it is really about is destroying the working conditions of those employed under conventional EAs, and cov ...

[quote=simstrain][quote]Any body wanna buy a cheap 90 class or 2? If they were a threatened species before, they must be in awful trouble now.[/quote]

Who is capable of operating them? They aren't vi ...

Any body wanna buy a cheap 90 class or 2? If they were a threatened species before, they must be in awful trouble now.

Posted 25 Sep 2021 12:21 in Operators by fzr560

Still recall PN cutting up their paper wagons in Albury when SCT was keen to get a hold of them.   There has always been a nasty undertone in that company.
freightgate
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