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And D1.3504 on route 19 from Flinders Street this afternoon around 16:20. Way too small for the job with people being carried past their stops because they couldn't get to a door in time. Hope the use ...

3501 on a route 19 outbound at Munro Street at 5:35 today

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Three sheets of extruded polystyrene, the perfect lightweight baseboard material, 2460x600x100mm each, never used, $45 each, all three for $120.

Pick up in Brisbane nort ...

Well I was going to model W44 until I worked out the cost.Thats two weathered garratts with sound $960 x 2 = $19203 weathered wagon packs $310 x 3 = $930And I need a brakevan $60Lets see Grand total = ...

Back around the 1980s the SRA of NSW monthly rollingstock lists mentioned recoding of several NQJW container wagons to NQTW and NQWW types.  Did these recodings represent specific modificatons to the ...

I'm being picky I know but might as well get this correct right from the start. The four letter code for OCX is not NQCX! An OCX and an NQCX are not even the same length.

PC Reg Hollis from The Bill.

 

Many of us suspect that Reg Hollis was the model for our own DPC who has been remarkably quiet since being consecrated as part of the establishment (and if none of th ...

The seller is a reputable trader, I've purchased from them several times and got exactly what I expected and a little cheaper than I could buy it for here in Brisbane. Where is the evidence that he's  ...

if I had a subscription, I have a mail box and never have suffered any problems with the numerous other publications I subscribe to

Thanks Ted, that's the point I was heading to. If other magazine ...

For me this was the first issue in a long time that was delivered by Australia Post after it became available in my local newsagents. If its a one off event then this debate is a waste of time.

Sou ...

I'm with Hendo and ozmoe on this. I've subscribed for about 25 years; there was a time when subscription copies almost always arrived earlier than retail but now I almost never get my copy in the mail ...

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The Phantom has returned!

He's at it again on this one

He's managed to make 167 bids on 27  ...

The NOFFs weren't introduced until several years after brakevan use was discontinued. The NOFFS didn't work with brakevans.

I found a lot of useful images in the eBay listings, particularly if you look at Collectables Advertising and search for metal signs.

A lot of the images are poorly photographed and you might need  ...

I have no idea about the NOFF's & when they came into service, but knowing the 44's that were allocated to the west, & I am only assuming the wagons were for the concentrate train,

The NOFFs wer ...

I wish I could claim a memory good enough to be able to give an unequivocal answer to the question about 4425, 4480, 4483 and 44100.

I remember 44100 because it was the first locomotive (re)painted ...

I'm not getting into the "it's your railway, do what you want with it" argument. The question was simply whether the trains would be realistic, not whether the OP would be entitled to run them.

Th ...

Maybe this was posted already but this is the real deal and Noch ripoff that you can make yourselves  and Oakley Electronics is in Australia to obtain the negative ion generator.

That would be Oa ...

Thank you TW. My 20+ year old recollection was that the 80 originally had a fixed cable with a 42 pin connector and that the locos were modified to include a socket with a 27 pin connction. The fact t ...

It was not a quick fix, it was done to all of the 80 class as they came due for major service / CCO around 1990 (give or take a couple of years). The reason for the change was explained to me at one t ...

That'd have to be Eureka without a doubt, wouldn't it (I have no dog in the R class fight)?

It would be if you are only taking into account the Fantastic Plastic from China, but Broad Gauge Model's ...

A bit more information and clarification of my earlier post. I've just come across a late 1988 photo of 8040 that shows it still had the fixed MU cable for some time after being painted in bicentennia ...

IIRC 8010 and the rest of the class had both fixed MU cables (and the sloping housing) replaced with sockets, presumably at CCO. I don't remember whether this happened at the same time as repainting o ...

I have recently made an error when I purchased THIS:

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160558844108&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT#ht_1103wt_698

I mistakenly thought that what I sa ...

the funny thing is, the link is a dud

Actually it works if you knock the full stop off the end.

http://www.scarm.info/index_en.html

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