@YM-Mundrabilla, what's the problem?
Yes, that's where they were cut, right on the old welds.When one sees track or sometimes lineside boxes sprayed YELLOW or sleepers that indicates that that component is to be removed, come out, be replaced etc .
That's where I saw the yellow scribbling.
well spotted, kuldalai.
But what did you do, just type words, or try pasting something?I just typed words like a thousand times in the past.
Would have been impossible for a rail train to get in there, unless they relaid a connection from the Tocumwal line.Agree with Valvegear, 574M did you see the weight or age of the rail, stamped on it, anywhere ?Wasn't looking for date stamps, explicitly. I thought I saw 1947 somewhere but not sure. Some ends had yellow scribbling, date and time of weld cut, I suspect.
It is rail in quite good condition as others say, and also, CWR as well. All of it was cut hither and thither as you can see.
I am surprised it is being done in this fashion, instead of being recovered by a rail train, for example.
It's in very long segments; how do you transport that?