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Barrington Womble

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[quote=YM-Mundrabilla][quote][quote][quote][quote] the 50MPH TPWS restriction went out the window on the up after Geelong as we covered Geelong to SCS in 59 minutes![/quote]Perhaps it's best to Not be ...

Just wondering if all these loops will be reactivated, I thought Emu loop had been deactivated after a de-railment there, about 4 yrs ago.
BigShunter


They will be, given time. E ...

The Boort traffic ceased well over ten years ago, so it is unlikely to return. In it's last year or so, it was running via Ballarat and Maryborough, due to the poor condition of the track between Eagl ...

I believe line speed is still 25km/h on the Ararat - Maryborough line, and 60km/h from Dunolly onwards. Speeds will be lifted on the Ararat - Maryborough line when a few issues are sorted out. Marybor ...

[quote=Dutchman][quote]One negative comment and you've tossed the toys out of the cot. I suspect you'll run into far greater challenges than what you've found here. Good luck. It will be character bui ...

[quote=bevans]

A massive thank you to Eddie for organising this tour. It was a pleasure to have ridden on this tour and it was a fantastic day despite encountering some issues. An absolutely fantas ...

Been a while since I have posted here, but I'll get straight to the point.

- St Arnaud table is owned by the local council. You'd have to duke it out with them before you'd have any chance of relo ...

TRN has been the de-facto name for them for about ten years, mate.
michaelgreenhill
You know me, I'm pretty much a "computer retard" compared to most people these days. I can bluff my wa ...

I'd rather wait for official disclosure on this one.

[quote=lkernan][quote][quote][quote]Think of it like this: it's taken VR_King nine months to even comprehend what you were on about. You made the post in February, he made his reply to you last week ( ...

SCR have just announced a members meeting for Jan 16th to wind up the railway.
trainbrain
Are you sure the meeting is to wind the railway up?

[quote=michaelgreenhill][quote]Think of it like this: it's taken VR_King nine months to even comprehend what you were on about. You made the post in February, he made his reply to you last week (in De ...

Get off his case, he has a point
Of course he has a point - I commented upon it. Don't you like discussion?
Valvegear


Ned Seagoon: "What, what, what-what-what-whatwhatwh ...

patronage would be interesting to learn.
Galron
Around 70 passengers. Heard that from a few sources.

[quote=speedemon08][quote]the Fonterra factory is several km distant from the railway and there is no longer any freight handling facility at Warragul. [/quote]Two options here,build a small yard to t ...

Mildura freight will be on the road for 3 months or so.  I wonder if there's the capacity to use Hopetoun or Manangatang as temporary intermodals?
Carnot
Possibly, although there really ...

Ta.

Open floor, folks.

Melton viaduct.

[quote=K-Class][quote][quote][quote]Do these still exist and will Standard Gauge be made available once it comes through Ballarat?[/quote]Yes they do and potentially.[/quote]

Thank you [url=/user/433 ...

Posted 03 Dec 2015 04:04 in Victoria by Barrington Womble

[quote=x31][quote]Since when is attending the Geelong Cup an everyday task? Racegoers attending a country race meet does not fall into what I would class as an everyday task.

At any rate, for the ...

I hope these kids get a visit from the counter-terrorism task force as what they did bordered on a terrorism offence
I'm Barely Online
I'm intrigued. Explain how.

[quote=michaelgreenhill][quote]Gman_86 does bring up an interesting point. You've virtually got a tour nearly every two weeks. All three are obviously aimed at the railfan market - why make a point of ...

[quote=michaelgreenhill][quote]It's possible, yes, hence my use of the word [i]appears[/i].[/quote]You could've done away with the snarky attitude and dropped that whole bracketed section of your post ...

[quote=michaelgreenhill][quote]Just a slight correction to the OP (who appears not to be able to read the brochure): the cost for an adult ticket is $85. $75 is the concession/child ticket price.[/quo ...

[quote=QSB6.7][quote]Gee, with the X31 run in November that's 2 SRHC specials in a space of 6 weeks. Throw in the C's to Albury special, (although not run by SRHC, but utilising their C501) and the SR ...

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