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I don't know thd cause, but I did see a bogie with a shattered wheel being delivered to the yard at SBR on Wednesday. It was in quite a few pieces, so guessing it came from this derailment.

And what would that achieve bevens? You still have to truck the goods down the hill.

And just to add insult to the injury, remember the promise of the Marchall govt. to not privatise anything?

Bu now traffic signal maintenance, the trams, and the trains are now privatised. I wouldn ...

Posted 12 Sep 2021 09:00 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

Hi all, on Friday I spotted what looked to be a steel train crossing Cormack Rd. I noticed the train also had a number of ISO tank containers loaded as well. Just curious if anyone knows where the tan ...

Posted 05 Aug 2019 20:25 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

Long time no post.

Recently while reading an article on the Saurer railcar in Vintage Trucks & Commercials Magazine, they showed a photo of a Commer QX truck that had been converted for running par ...



Posted 03 Oct 2016 09:14 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

[quote=duttonbay][quote]I believe DP's photo is definately Morgan with the old Morgan Hospital in the background, Morgan's 60' turntable is still there Duttonbay.[/quote]Yes, after I posted that I rem ...

Posted 02 Oct 2016 08:16 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

IIRC Morgan had a turntable, not a triangle. Could it have been at Roberstown? As the resources I have indicate Eudunda had a 60' turntable.

Hooray, only a week till Bathurst! Don't care about this whole aerial ping pong stuff.

[quote=allan]I've been there all day, helping with the set up. The venue is impessive, two very large gymnasia, and the variety of layouts is pleasing. Parking will not be a problem!

Above all, it' ...

Coonawarra. I think it's wrong, but I'll stab in the dark.

Posted 30 Sep 2016 19:15 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

Thanks for that David.

Posted 29 Sep 2016 09:31 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

[url=]SAR 620

I found this image the other night on Flickr, and I was wondering, does anybody know when 620 lost it's one piece headlight/chimney casting? I had been under t ...

Posted 27 Sep 2016 19:46 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

Is Port Pirie wharfs still connected by rail?
Technically yes. However there are some thing sitting on top of the rails in various places. And the area with rails is now used e ...

Thanks for that. Certainly looks to be worth heading up for a peek.

Any idea on the layouts attending? I missed out on the AMRE show because of moving house this year, so hoping to catch some of the things I might have missed.

Unknown nowadays, but I was reading in Australian Diesel Scene vol1, a story on the Tea & Sugar. The train engine derailed while shunting, and was rerailed between 3-5 am. Locomotive continued to run  ...

Given the bow in the body, I'm suspecting Islington after retirement.

Yacka SA?

[quote=bevans]Also note the new and interesting loading mid train in:


I am not familiar with these wagons. C ...

Posted 17 Sep 2016 11:37 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

Further information, the train was heading towards Adelaide, and has blocked the Callington rd level crossing.

Posted 17 Sep 2016 11:34 in South Australia by Alco_Haulic

Breaking as of 11:00hrs 17-09-2016, Locomotive fire on the Adelaide - Tailem Bend section. Engines stopped at East tce, Callington.

Posted 02 May 2016 16:33 in The Lounge by Alco_Haulic

[quote=RTT_Rules]Yes, but neither of the big cars was exported OS in volumes sufficient enough to sustain production. Ford wanted out because it was making money and had not made serious money for yea ...

Posted 01 May 2016 21:54 in The Lounge by Alco_Haulic

The talk of the manufacturers not moving with the sizes is not a good description, as the market sizes have crept. The Mondeo for instance was only smaller in width to the BA-BF Falcon. Not to mention ...

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