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[quote=DJPeters]Careful how you handle those wagons as yes interior detail is a nice touch but it comes at a price. Presuming they are all made at the same time the SDS ones that I had the sides came ...

Posted 24 Feb 2020 11:01 in Victoria by lkernan

Reports the set is being recovered today.   Since it's near the highway, anyone out there with a camera?
keep your camera at home.
Well I wasn't there, but Chann ...

Posted 23 Feb 2020 10:37 in Victoria by lkernan

Reports the set is being recovered today.   Since it's near the highway, anyone out there with a camera?

[quote=a6et][quote][quote][quote]I believe there was a brief operation to Broken Hill using locos (422?) hauling XPT cars until cancelled and later replaced with XPL DMU.[/quote][font=Times New R ...

Posted 20 Feb 2020 21:34 in Victoria by lkernan


Posted 20 Feb 2020 21:22 in Victoria by lkernan

Two deaths now being reported by media.


I guess it's possible there was some sort of mechanical issue with the truck.

It's not like theres a obstructed view there!

Whatever happens, doing these as rail-under is still a terrible idea that will be regretted.
But the community will have gotten what it wanted, a big gash in the ground, while Chel ...

For anyone still following these reports, thanks for your interest and I suggest referring to the Facebook Train Tracker site for ongoing reports.


I'd consider following if ...

Posted 18 Feb 2020 10:21 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by lkernan

Perhaps they will be repainted in 1Rail livery at Maryborough...

Can't wait to see the new monorail bogies.

edit: jokes aside, according to:

Posted 17 Feb 2020 14:34 in Operators by lkernan


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Posted 17 Feb 2020 14:32 in Operators by lkernan

[][quote][quote]See sounds like it would be bumpy.[/quote]A friend of mine who reads these boards but doesn't post is wanting to make some reference to ...

Looks good on a nice clear summer day like today.

People are going to want to rug up in the winter months though.

[quote=The Vinelander]I noticed on a recent Sunday drive along the Midland Hwy between Showell's Hill, near Campbells Creek and Yandoit/Guildford that the line has recently been completely lifted and ...

Posted 06 Feb 2020 19:54 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by lkernan

Must be the season. Photos on Flickr of DL48 meeting the same fate.


edited: they updated the post to say it's 48, not 43. Vicsig also ...

[quote=Lad_Porter]No idea what ONRSR is, but I bet it doesn't stand for "Oh No, Rail Service Resuming" ?[/quote]Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator

[url=]https://w ...

Posted 29 Jan 2020 19:36 in Victoria by lkernan

With 17 passengers I’m sure no one will notice the lack of services.

Evans Road grade separation will happen first by 2020.
Yeah, do the road that's not even in use first. Brilliant idea.
That road has been closed for years because V ...

[quote=Poath Junction][quote]The traders:

...[/quote]You missed the Austrains stand! not hard to do as it just had a few packs of the VR 4 wheel flour hoppers and flyers for the Phoenix D3 loco, samp ...

It didn't have the same feel as previous years.

Might just be the venue, Centenary Hall is quite small compared to the previous Belmont and Geelong West locations

Sticking a Lego layout and a b ...

It might look alright in Indian red, but I reckon it would look even better in candy. Laughing

Posted 23 Jan 2020 16:51 in Railway Photography by lkernan

I'd be more worried about Flickr ceasing to exist soon.

First they are begging for more pro subscriptions and now they're jacking up the prices.

Smugmug might be used to dealing with pro photog ...

This is an opportunity for me to ask a question.

G gauge - OK it's 45 mm.

What are O, HO and N gauges please?


The reasoning with G is that it isn't a set scale.   People  ...

Posted 16 Jan 2020 23:25 in Tasmania by lkernan

There was an update posted on the ATSB site late last year.

As expected there are a lot of things to review, most already done but not all.

The expected final report date was pushed back to  ...

[quote=Phantom47]Wow! Not surprising that these gentlemen want to retire and enjoy the hobby.

Who is going to step up?

Notice the skills required include InDesign and Photoshop. Does that mean t ...

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