CLP12 - Beecroft - May 2020

 
  Bevan Wall Deputy Commissioner

It was a dark, damp and stormy night last night with a far bit of paranormal activity happening on the grades to Hornsby, so I decided to go ghost busting at Beecroft.
Enjoy,
BW




https://youtu.be/5Gn5jDfiQBU

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  SinickleBird Assistant Commissioner

Location: Qantas Club at Mudgee International Airport
Nice video as always, Bevan

Albino Streamliner - almost ghostly.
  Junction box Chief Commissioner

Location: newy
Whats with the white?
602 must live in permanent operation.
  gw0071 Deputy Commissioner

Thank you Bevan

Is it normal for the trailing unit to have its headlights on?
  Big J Deputy Commissioner

Location: In Paradise
Thank you Bevan

Is it normal for the trailing unit to have its headlights on?
gw0071
Great question, I noticed that too. It appeared to me that someone was changing it between high and low beam and back to high.
  Airvan99 Junior Train Controller

Thank you Bevan

Is it normal for the trailing unit to have its headlights on?
Great question, I noticed that too. It appeared to me that someone was changing it between high and low beam and back to high.
Big J
It might be part of the connection with the front, it appears that there was a pax train approaching at the same time, and maybe the multiplexing includes the headilights.
  Big J Deputy Commissioner

Location: In Paradise
Thank you Bevan

Is it normal for the trailing unit to have its headlights on?
Great question, I noticed that too. It appeared to me that someone was changing it between high and low beam and back to high.
It might be part of the connection with the front, it appears that there was a pax train approaching at the same time, and maybe the multiplexing includes the headilights.
Airvan99
Thanks Airvan99
  Bevan Wall Deputy Commissioner

I crept over to a foggy Cowan tonight. I ain't afraid of no ghost.



https://youtu.be/f_EnphY04gA
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
I keep wondering whether SSR is ever going to standardise on one livery.
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
I keep wondering whether SSR is ever going to standardise on one livery.
Valvegear

The more the merrier.

Paint don't pay the bills..... though some should have been painted red, because as everyone knows red ones go faster Razz
  simstrain Chief Commissioner

Are these refurbished trains modernised with new engines or just left as they were?
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
Are these refurbished trains modernised with new engines or just left as they were?
simstrain

What a Troll  Laughing

You've already told us how you know everything about the SSR fleet in this thread

https://www.railpage.com.au/f-t11400968-0-asc-s0.htm
  gw0071 Deputy Commissioner

...and what about multiplexed headlights...
  simstrain Chief Commissioner

Are these refurbished trains modernised with new engines or just left as they were?

What a Troll  Laughing

You've already told us how you know everything about the SSR fleet in this thread

https://www.railpage.com.au/f-t11400968-0-asc-s0.htm
bingley hall

Who really is the troll. I like SSR and I like the liveries and contrary to some on here I do not want to see them go bust. However they still have a responsibility to meet modern standards while using these heritage vehicles on modern freight operations. I ask the question because I am really interested to know what was upgraded on this train which I think looks amazing in it's white undercoat.

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