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Posted 17 Sep 2011 20:50 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

That is clearly an insane commute but I wouldn't be surprised if people do this and more until they die prematurely from exhaustion. A Mon-Fri 2hr daily commute is  40hrs per month or 20 days per year ...

Posted 17 Sep 2011 16:20 in Melbourne suburban by AclassGunzel

Unless the RRL lines are on a flyover? Not sure how they could cross the new Werribee lines at that angle.

Posted 16 Sep 2011 22:38 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

Thanks for the info, would you know if the 0612 (8003) VLP Bendigo pass crosses it before Bendigo?

Posted 16 Sep 2011 14:51 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

Is there a Deni Pota timetable (even approx will do) anywhere?

Is it still roughly sticking to its scheduled runs? ie around 12pm departure from town and 1600 from Hastings?


Posted 14 Sep 2011 22:26 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

Travel information would be handy but I don't see how paid advertising could be involved unless they provide free travel. That is just exploitation of the travelling public.

I hear that operators are monitoring information on forums/facebook and was wondering what others think about this? Is freedom of speech not so free anymore??

My first digital camera was a Fuji Finepix E900 jgs right out of the camera were stunning. Not as good as DSLRs but damn close.

Posted 09 Sep 2011 22:06 in Railway Photography by AclassGunzel

I had a play with this a while ago but there is something truely organic with analogue film that digital cannot replicate 100%. If you like the look of film I would go that option before it is gone... ...

Posted 06 Sep 2011 12:24 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

There is also a station proposed between Rockbank and Melton, it may be called Booradoo Park.

I can tell you that pro photographers cannot afford to take chances and that they do take thousands of images a session and individually critique each one to arrive at the absolute best for their clie ...

A quote from the above statement "...the general public and rail enthusiasts motorcading special trains have shown a general disregard by many to basic safety principles. This is concerning to the rai ...

Posted 04 Sep 2011 12:28 in Railway Photography by AclassGunzel

Also try and step back and zoom in rather than stepping in and zooming out unless you really like that 'fisheye' effect.

Posted 02 Sep 2011 00:29 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

What time did you take those shots Michelle?

Posted 01 Sep 2011 16:01 in Railway Photography by AclassGunzel

I shoot RAW and process images in Photoshop as RAW is the closest to negative film in quality and holds a lot more information in the highlights and shadows than with JPEGS. Having said that I try to  ...

Yes it is the Yan Yean pipe track. It had a horse drawn tramway along it for the construction of the Yan Yean Reservoir. Can't remember if it had wooden or steel rails.

I would be interested to know if 'professional railway photographers'

actually exist here is Aus? To qualify they would have to earn a majority of their income from rail photography and shoot fullti ...

Posted 30 Aug 2011 23:48 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

Lets remember now that money isn't everything to those that have it.

Posted 29 Aug 2011 15:37 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

Certainly beats shuffling cans in a factory for $15 an hour! There were 1500+ applications at the last PN uptake, there is certainly no shortage of interest.

Posted 28 Aug 2011 01:21 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

How long does it take to discharge the grain at Geelong?

Posted 26 Aug 2011 20:09 in Victoria by AclassGunzel

darcycammo, I wouldn't hold your breath with freights. A typical day could include waiting 4hrs for a scheduled service only to have something else turn up instead. As you walk away and cannot possibl ...

I noticed lol, updated Smile. Those that were around in the 80's and even those that were in primary school at the time would remember having the 'nice thing' of an accessible toilet at every station in  ...

Here is one of thousands of sources online.

If you hold on and receive any type of impact in on or near the bladder

region a tear may result which is fatal ...

It is medical fact that holding back urine for too long, pressure within the bladder is bound to damage the kidney excretion of waste metabolic function, so that the water and metabolic wastes accumul ...

Rushworth? Still has rail in place.

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