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Posted 15 Sep 2019 13:42 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Looks like Welshpool - though much closer than when I last saw that station.
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Posted 15 Sep 2019 13:30 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
I should have said open floor, which is the usual response from a quiz winner who has nothing to post. Next up, as in whoever out there has a pic to post, can do so. First in, best dressed, etc
Posted 15 Sep 2019 12:02 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
The indicator/wrought iron quite familiar to me, since I am used to seeing them a metre or two from my cab
Nothing to post so......next up!
Posted 15 Sep 2019 11:21 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
There's three other possibilities I think, all on the Illawarra/T4 line. Like Sydenham, stations dating back to the Whitton era.
The position of the guard's indicator & the lacy wrought iron next t ...
Posted 14 Sep 2019 14:24 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
Photo won't load for me - though I hope it does for other people.
Posted 14 Sep 2019 11:36 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
The photo is gone now. Should I put up a photo?
Posted 08 Sep 2017 23:50 in The Lounge by wurx
Yes, this is all very well....but.
Just how long is a piece of string, then?
Posted 23 Jun 2017 22:06 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
[quote=GrahamH]The Starter is clear 5915, it is indeed Texas.
My other rail photos from that afternoon. [url=http://www.ipernity.com/doc/grahamh/album/989380?with=45005532]http://www.ipernity.com/ ...
Posted 06 Jun 2017 21:20 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
OK then Ethan1395. Now you've completely tested this of course, haven't you? Ridden round on all the V-sets going west & north all through the week (weekends too) to be able to accurately claim that
Posted 03 Jun 2017 19:49 in The Lounge by wurx
On a sticker on a ute I saw "Bum Widths" used as a unit of measure. No, I can't post the context here...
Posted 03 Jun 2017 18:45 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Posted 23 May 2017 00:28 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
So nice to see the Archaeology Wherizzit Thread alive and well. With Participants, even
Posted 06 Mar 2017 22:48 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
Sydenham (Meeks Rd) some years back? There were some graffed rattlers near the junction just near Tempe, but those ones aren't there now.
Posted 09 Sep 2016 19:20 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
The Jibster may be onto something here.
Posted 05 Sep 2016 23:02 in Melbourne suburban by wurx
I'll have a WSITD with East Camberwell.
Posted 05 Sep 2016 22:59 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Ta jibbo, nothing handy at present.
Next contender, up to the plate, please
Posted 02 Sep 2016 00:00 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Posted 31 Aug 2016 23:10 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Hmm. I'll cast my initial quoit at Mt. Horeb.
Posted 30 Aug 2016 23:02 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Scratch my earlier guess of Glen Innes in favour of Grenfell.
Posted 30 Aug 2016 21:59 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Reminds me of Glen Innes in tider times.
Posted 15 Aug 2016 22:14 in Railway Archaeology by wurx
Bit lazy of me to lunge for similar areas to the previous; but for now my vote goes to Oaklands.
CuzRodo send me a wire or I'll send one to you, much catching up to do...........
Posted 29 May 2016 14:19 in Sydney Suburban by wurx
Over two-thousand men and woman were employed to work at the factory on a daily basis.
Posted 25 Apr 2016 20:44 in General by wurx
[quote=Jason Sutherland][quote]The inner rails are most definately guard rails. Guard rails are used to keep derailed wheels in line with the track at locations where a wayward excursion into the dirt ...
Posted 25 Apr 2016 19:35 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by wurx
[quote=Sammy D]Sovereign Hill does have a railway. "The Mine Tram" offers a tour underground.I think from Memory it is 2 foot gauge.
Here is a video ...
Posted 08 Apr 2016 21:47 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by wurx
Re Sovereign Hill, I'm inclined to think that Valvegear has the right of it.
It doesn't really seem to need one; and where, without disturbing overmuch the current set-up, could one be put?
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