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Posted 22 Nov 2013 02:10 in Queensland by jt393

3108 , 3112 , 3120 have been sitting in Yukan yard for a week . Must heading south soon.
2115A
Could be. Also 3124 & 3128 are at Rockhampton.

Posted 19 Nov 2013 22:51 in Western Australia by jt393

Would be good to hear if more of the CD's heading back up and helping CD4301 with the Roy Hill project.

Posted 01 Nov 2013 02:59 in South Australia by jt393

As always, cheers for the updates. Always great to hear you giving updates from Port Lincoln.

Posted 17 Sep 2013 03:58 in Queensland by jt393

Anyone followed on both DH32 & DH55's exportation to Malaysia and their current status in the country? In the early 90's they were sold to Relk Corporation in Malaysia and regauged to 1000mm before ex ...

Posted 03 Aug 2013 01:32 in Queensland by jt393

[quote=2115A]3104 and 2122f were sitting in Yukan yard this morning. 3104 has the QR logo painted out.

8 of the 3100 class that were stored in the Wagon Maintenance Facility have been moved over to ...

[quote=Factory_Fill]This just appeared in my Flickr feed:

Kudos to Matt for the photo. Noted in the description due into NSW late July (23rd or so)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/15264656@N02/9219 ...

Posted 03 May 2013 17:28 in South Australia by jt393

831 has the crest circle at her A end, so she could be a good candidate for Steamranger to have her in Mustard pot livery with the piping shrike symbol on that crest circle.

Posted 18 Apr 2013 17:30 in South Australia by jt393

Bad day or so for GWA, GWN003 involved in an incident at Whyalla as well
I hope it's not a bad one, it's only new!

Posted 12 Apr 2013 02:43 in South Australia by jt393

GWN004 & GWN005 will set foot in Whyalla soon.

Posted 04 Apr 2013 03:38 in South Australia by jt393

Have those new hoppers being used yet?

Posted 04 Apr 2013 03:24 in South Australia by jt393

[quote=alcoworldseries]IF PRR interested they wouldn't need to go fast, as someone unfortunate enough to have worked on NJ's, they aren't great, the only thing Port Lincoln crews appreciated about the ...

Thanks JT. It looks as though some parts have been removed from the loco. Anyone know why? Spares for 3642 maybe?
Barrington Womble
At one point, 3616 was under restoration, so you'll ex ...

The other half told me that apparently one of them was a volunteer at MVHR (since dismissed therefrom); if so, that would have lent an apparent validity to the situation.
wurx


By the s ...

The CRL's could very well operate along side with the CEY's.

[quote=Barrington Womble]Just a question somebody might be able to answer: what happened to 3616?

I believe it was part of the sale a few years back. Who bought it, and where is it now located?[/quot ...

Posted 03 Apr 2013 18:06 in South Australia by jt393

[quote=mrjones]

Most of 830/900's are heading off, 907 will go back to Rail Shunter. I have heard one of the 900's will go to SG as the back up Hot Metal Shunter instead of CK1 which doesn't seem ver ...

Great Photos, Shed_Rat, We all wish we could have public access to see the loco's and rollingstock at Broadmeadow Smile

904 is currently at Glenlee.
zimsta
That's a great clue to look around that area on google maps

Posted 31 Mar 2013 18:07 in South Australia by jt393

Was 863 on standard gauge before long term storage at Port Augusta?

Speaking of 44s, what happened to 44s2 and 44s3? Were they scrapped or renumbered back to their original numbers?
fokkertism
Yes, they were renumbered back to their original numbers, 447 ...

This is the mob at Rothbury but the website doesnt say much.....

http://huntervalleyrailway.tripod.com/id13.html
tezza
If they had a facebook page, with posts and photos, then we know  ...

I wouldn't be surprised to see the CRL's operating on the Hunter Valley Coal services, just like the CF's.

I wonder what services that the CRL very own E-300E3B's would operate on, once the class a ...

It's still great to see a steam locomotive being removed from plinth in a park and moved to a heritage group.

What other motive power besides the J's, operated to Noojee?

Why did 4458 bear that green with white stripe scheme? Was it from a pre-LVRF private owner?
fokkertism


I wonder about that too, with 4458 as well as 4461 & 4488 bearing in differe ...

Posted 29 Mar 2013 16:39 in South Australia by jt393

Yes, please!
Peter
Make that two, we all looking forward to seeing these GWN's in service, in person, via photos or videos

I'm interested in seeing what will happen for the rest of th ...

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