Bit strange that they decided to drag a 'dead horse' (G523) all the way to Mildura and back. Probably nowhere to park it after it failed I guess.Donald has 3 tracks in the yard. Could have left it there.
I suspect that the Ararat Triangle (when it becomes operational) will be a bit too far for you to travel Greensleeves?
Fake news! Can't be done! RRA says so!The Fruities crossed at Maryborough this morning for the first time since conversion according to reports and videos on Facebook.Good info PIMM, wonder if Greensleeves and crew where on site.
spoke too soon, it's already on YouTube...........
Linky?Ok seeing you asked, not sure if Graeme objects to the huge publicity I'm giving him by posting his clips all the time......
A tamper & a ballast regulator are out and about based in Donald for the week.Good info Donald, wonder what the occasion is ? Some of the track got some issue's or dare I say it, just Maintenance.......... although after nearly 18 months of use a bit of a spruce up wouldn't go astray, I'd say.
Good size trains by the looks of it, I thought I read that they would be shorties due to crossing loop length restrictions.I meant to come back to this thread.
From 9.46 to 9.57 mark a green signal is visible on the up departure dwarf signal for the up fruitee to depart.Good size trains by the looks of it, I thought I read that they would be shorties due to crossing loop length restrictions.
I am starting to have faith
The Up departure I could not see any signalling which may mean there is still work to complete at Maryborough?