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lkernan

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I wonder if it's destined to be a diesel generator of sorts, like those T classes that went to Geelong years ago.

Great footage, thanks, BW.

Are the RL’s the most unattractive locos in OZ?

michaelgm

I reckon the new Watco locos in Queensland are up there. They look like someone forgot to bolt t ...

The Kimberley Clark siding doesn't have much of a purpose any more, so I'm guessing they may remove it altogether, and only leave enough rail for the Bombardier siding.
EmrldPhoenix
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Posted 22 Jun 2020 09:16 in South Australia by lkernan

[quote=jmt][quote][quote] [/quote]Thanks for the update, but i don't do Facebook.[/quote]Then don't make statements like "[color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI, ]2 ended up in Africa to neve ...

Posted 21 Jun 2020 15:11 in South Australia by lkernan

[quote=jmt]

[color=#111111][size=2][font=Verdana, sans-serif]Photos of the NJ’s periodically surface on SA foamer Facebook groups. Photos of the NJ last sighted in December 2019.

Join the Aus ...

Posted 19 Jun 2020 13:21 in South Australia by lkernan

If PRR were lucky enough to get both an 830 & NJ, would these be able to MU?  Would the NJ also be able to MU with the NT?  Cheers
sam6778
They might be lucky to get an NJ at the rate th ...

Posted 17 Jun 2020 19:57 in South Australia by lkernan

[quote=greasyrhys]Announced on Facebook today that the National Railway Museum have finally acquired an 830 class (843) after years of trying. Proud of their efforts, would expect that will replace 80 ...

Posted 17 Jun 2020 15:01 in Queensland by lkernan

From their website, might be a fun little modelling project at some point.

I'm not really after one, but it doesn't look like it would be that hard to convert to a 4D and that would set the eBay bidders hair on fire.

Few decals, a bit of silver paint and a dremel to remove  ...

Big news, The Tangara has a delivery date set.

[url=https://facebook.com/auscisionmodels/]https://facebook.com/auscisionmodels/

[quote=Auscision]The update you have all been waiting for! TANGARA ...

[quote=bevans][quote]Kalbarri has released its preferred rail option for the transport of containerised mineral sands from the Fingerboards mine. If rail wins over road, a new siding is likely to be b ...

Posted 04 Jun 2020 19:12 in New South Wales by lkernan

Would have expected them to be on the outside of the curve.

And of course the video had to have terrible music and a super annoying watermark.

6 towers just dropped is there more to come?
NSWGR8022


Well since they ended up dropping all 8 today, i'm going to go ahead and say yes.

[quote=Gremlin]Looking for a suitable controller for Aristo Craft G scale locomotives. An online manual suggests that you must run the locomotives with a controller that supplies "pulse width control ...

[quote=AdelaideRail75] I made a contribution to the old magazine Tasmanian Model Railway Hobbyist more than two decades ago and it was meant to appear there but the editor had to not publish it becaus ...

What happened to the 600 class?

Wasn't that to be released next?

MJW

Moses Wong



Different factories with different recoveries from the shutdowns perhaps?

Noticed Kananook yard was in use last night as I drove past.   Spotted Comeng and Siemens sets in there, possibly an Xtrap too.

They let it out on it's lonesome on the mainline!

It truly is a new reality.

Posted 07 May 2020 19:30 in Melbourne suburban by lkernan

I figured this might come up as one of their post-corona recovery projects.

[quote=Gman_86]They could have looked at the entirety of the Upfield line as a single major project. Removed all 20 crossings North of Park St while at the same time upgrading signalling, building new ...

[quote=Graham4405][quote]Robert's still got the caps lock stuck on I see. Some things never change.[/quote]I'd prefer that than the "modern" (lazy) way of typing everything in lower case or those tha ...

Robert's still got the caps lock stuck on I see.  Some things never change.

Someone or a group have been deliberately attacking the IP addresses Railpage runs on with a view to causing service degradation.
bevans
I bet someones taken offence at a lounge thread

[url=https://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/media/news/cheltenham-and-mentone-crossings-to-go-in-winter-blitz]https://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/media/news/cheltenham-and-mentone-crossings-to-go-in-winter-b ...

Posted 27 Apr 2020 22:53 in Victoria by lkernan

Log containers you say?

Here you go: [url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-16/tasmanian-rail-log-containers-ease-road-traffic/7171220]https://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-16/tasmanian-rail-log-con ...

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