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Posted 06 Sep 2019 09:07 in Queensland by lkernan

Why the heck did they build a level crossing in to a new piece of rail?
Because they did a cost and risk analysis and decided it wasn't worth doing anything else?

This is just the left turn track from the Broken Hill line instead of straight into Parkes right?  So not really a wild crazy leap forward yeah?

It's also PN's new yard from m ...

[quote=Nightfire][quote][quote]I guess that might make a difference? I would assume that the weight load tolerances would still be the same though. The Upfield project will still be two separate U- ...

My take aways from the day:

[ul][li]How badly did Auscision misjudge the L class project to still be trying to flog them off cheap?[/li][/ul][ul][li]I remember when the move to Caulfield felt like ...

Yep, all going on reports:

[quote=article]Under the program, $24 million will be spent to assess the costs and benefits of proposed improvements to country lines that will interact with Inland Rail ...

Posted 23 Aug 2019 08:52 in Tasmania by lkernan

[quote=RTT_Rules]Looks like it.

Boco was a few hundred metres west of the highway. I visited it around 1997. It was still an active passing loop with a siding for the former cement deliveries. How ...

Posted 22 Aug 2019 15:15 in Tasmania by lkernan

Venture Minerals mine set to proceed, with 80-100 jobs

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This is going to be an expensive weekend, I can just feel it.

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I searched, but what is a DIGL?

Well, hoons get their cars crushed. So maybe the same should apply
Have you seen what some of these vehicles look like after they hit the bridges?  They do get crushed!

Posted 13 Aug 2019 21:36 in Melbourne suburban by lkernan

A Frankston bound one that got routed the wrong way at Caulfield?

2 NRs are meant to be running to dunolly on Sunday and returning Monday

Train numbers are D735V and 7938V respectively
I assume a road has been built alongside the entire ...

[quote=Nightfire]Does Launcstion[color=#000000][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI, Segoe UI, Segoe, Segoe WP, Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif][size=2] have station that can be used by tourist trains ?[/size] ...

Final report is out:


The result is: ...

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla][i]'... [size=2][font=Verdana, sans-serif]is not going to expose itself to the same firing squad that VLine did ..... '[/font][/size][/i]

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I've just been sent a video of Y135 getting trucked out of Korumburra.

Apparently there have been several truck loads this week.

Posted 02 Aug 2019 10:34 in Victoria by lkernan


Do you mean 120 mph or 120 kph?


The Steel train at 120 mph through Baxter is probably going to make the news!

[quote=NSW3802]I have a different problem with an ESU non sound decoder in an Auscision 830. When the loco starts it surges forward and as you increase the power it slows down and then acts as you wou ...

[quote=Wee_pierre]I recently purchased a ESU V5 decoder and had it programed with the sound files for the 830/48. No problems with the sound files but when installed as per the instructions only the r ...

Frankston line appears to be opened up again after the Carrum diversion.

I watched the steel train crawl through Frankston an hour or so ago.

Didnt take long for them to remove that video....
It's back again.

The more I hear about that country the more I realise i'll never understand it.

[quote=Poath Junction]Head on over to [url=] if you want a job at Auscision.

Oh, and Auscision have announced they to ...

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