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[quote=djf01]You did realise I was taking the p*ss, right?

You are right in that it won't happen. Once the Inland Railway is complete the new NSW TrainLink Hub will be conveniently moved out neare ...

Just checked and it's arrived in my Zinio library.

I'm willing to bet most of those countries have multiple languages spoken, so therefore which one do you put on a sign?

Canada for example, requires that all signage in English also be written in Fre ...

Posted 05 Nov 2019 19:04 in Victoria by lkernan

[][quote][quote]Well well well, Dangerousdan007, how do you explain this !!! Keep your eyes peeled at 6:38. [/quote]If that was him it would have said BG4Life.[/quote]FTFY

"BG4LYFE"[ ...

Posted 05 Nov 2019 16:42 in Victoria by lkernan

Well well well, Dangerousdan007, how do you explain this !!! Keep your eyes peeled at 6:38.  
If that was him it would have said BG4Life.

That's because it is.



It's all Canadian to me

[color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI, "Segoe UI", Segoe, "Segoe WP", Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif]Mexicans yes, but Googling cockroaches says it's a rugby term relating to NSW itself? ...

Posted 01 Nov 2019 09:59 in New South Wales by lkernan

[quote=apw5910][quote]Fires are burning in the area of Tenterfield, NSW. Have these fires had any detrimental impacts on the railway infrastructure of the area?[/quote]What about the fires burning ar ...

Posted 01 Nov 2019 09:43 in Victoria by lkernan

[quote=david harvey] fencing that was erected along the alignment,on both sides across the paddocks ,down the river bank ,through the water across the river,up the river bank. Through the RIVER !!!!!. ...

Last time I was there it wasn't the rail crossing you had to watch for, it was the few hundred animals being walked up the road.

Although to be fair they were better behaved than your average city  ...

Posted 30 Oct 2019 08:51 in Tasmania by lkernan

The things you find when you aren't looking.  I came across these photos of one of the meter gauge U classes on Tripadvisor and can't recall seeing them posted before.

Doesn't look like it was eve ...

Posted 29 Oct 2019 13:06 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by lkernan

[quote=Salty21][quote]I belive that the "German" Boiler is sitting at Broadmeadows and as a asset of the NSW Government it is a wasted asset ! Why can it not be assessed by a representative from Ainsw ...

edit: Not sure why it doubled up.

From the auscision models Facebook page:

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Work on the bigger stabling stabling sidings at Kananook is limited to earthworks - judging by the number of pipes and pits stacked around they are still doing drainage work.
I ...

Update at the New Kananook Stabling, looks like some work is already finished..

I guess this replaced the capacity lost at Carrum?

Yes, they've been using the new yard  ...

The letter change makes sense when the Level Crossing Removal Authority itself is no more.

Therefore they changed the A for authority to P for project.

Recently there was an article about Wagga Wagga council buying a Hyundai Iqonic and that it was useless to drive to Sydney.

In the past couple of months several rapid char ...

Posted 14 Oct 2019 09:27 in Victoria by lkernan

[quote=Carnot]V/Line is opposed to Standardising the gauge from Maryborough - Ballarat - Geelong.

This poses a problem that the distance between Maryborough and Geelong make it unsafe for dual gau ...

[quote=jmt]The 2 unsold ex Qube contract GT26CW-3 clones, 1109 and 1110 have been moved from Mount Vernon to Silvis for rebuild.

To be fitted with ng bogies and GE 764 traction motors for use on th ...

Posted 11 Oct 2019 11:06 in Melbourne suburban by lkernan

Considering the same technician had incorrectly wired 11 sets, they're lucky trains weren't spontaneously splitting all over the network.

For a bit of a change of pace last night I decided to do some decaling of my N scale stuff.  

Also managed to improve the look of the B class headlight a lot.

Turns out the lens pulls straight o ...

The ARTC North Coast Line has been closed around Rappville due to fire damage, with at least one rail bridge burnt out.

Not surprising considering news reports that most of the  ...
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