Do you know whatrun "N500" is?

 

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  KRviator Moderator

Location: Up the front
Your link didn't work.

But Nxxx is an interurban service to the north. An even number means it's heading to Sydney.

EDIT: Actually, after a bit more digging, it looks like it's a test train, Medium-Width rollingstock trials for Oscar's and Waratah's between Central & Newcastle. As it's N500, likely the first of the day from Newcastle-Sydney.

EDIT2: More specific details about various run numbers can be found in the RailCorp TOC Manual.
  s3_gunzel Not a gunzel developer

Location: Western Sydney, AU
EDIT: Actually, after a bit more digging, it looks like it's a test train, Medium-Width rollingstock trials for Oscar's and Waratah's between Central & Newcastle. As it's N500, likely the first of the day from Newcastle-Sydney.

EDIT2: More specific details about various run numbers can be found in the RailCorp TOC Manual.
KRviator
So basically this - Waratahs have been going north as have Mills to EDI at Cardiff, they have been running with N5XX run numbers.
  simstrain Chief Commissioner

Your link didn't work.

But Nxxx is an interurban service to the north. An even number means it's heading to Sydney.

EDIT: Actually, after a bit more digging, it looks like it's a test train, Medium-Width rollingstock trials for Oscar's and Waratah's between Central & Newcastle. As it's N500, likely the first of the day from Newcastle-Sydney.

EDIT2: More specific details about various run numbers can be found in the RailCorp TOC Manual.
KRviator
If it is a test train it is possibly a D set under testing.
  michaelgm Chief Commissioner

Any trip is a bit of mystery to me.
Looked at N500, a few times. There must be a function that can be enabled to show where a train has been and where it is going.
N500 was black behind, starting from around Narara, via north shore to Strathfield/Homebush area.
Similarly, tracked 3801 up the mountains a few weeks back, and the path would be highlighted.
I’ve no idea how to operate said function. Purely accidental/random?
  s3_gunzel Not a gunzel developer

Location: Western Sydney, AU
If it is a test train it is possibly a D set under testing.
simstrain
No, that's not a D Mariyung run number.

Looked at N500, a few times. There must be a function that can be enabled to show where a train has been and where it is going.
N500 was black behind, starting from around Narara, via north shore to Strathfield/Homebush area
michaelgm
So, if you tap on N500 when it comes up, you'll be able to see where it has come from as AnyTrip stores the passing times of the train. It being black behind indicates it doesn't have a timetable attached to it, which means you can't see where it is going.

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