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[quote=3088D][size=2]about the electrical tie-in station [/size][size=2]and [url=https://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/media/publications/hurstbridge-line-upgrade-stage-2-community-update-january-2020]her ...

Posted 09 Apr 2021 15:32 in Victoria by BrentonGolding

[quote=Djebel][quote][quote]Also why would crewing be expensive for 6 trips ? All that is a required is a driver for the train no conductor necessary ?[/quote]Do V/Line currently operate any passenger ...

Posted 08 Apr 2021 11:01 in Victoria by BrentonGolding

Also why would crewing be expensive for 6 trips ? All that is a required is a driver for the train no conductor necessary ?
freightgate
Do V/Line currently operate any passenger services ...

[quote=justarider][quote]Until the west becomes an unsafe seat for Labor, I think they'll continue to be shafted with sweet nothings, sadly.[/quote]Sweet nothings. Yeah sure.

Electric Sunbury, Wate ...

Posted 06 Apr 2021 12:39 in The Lounge by BrentonGolding

[quote=The Vinelander]Very pleased to hear Castlemaine's time has come. I so well remember the dull days of the early to mid 70's when the town looked sad, the mill, the foundry and VR were laying off ...

Until the west becomes an unsafe seat for Labor, I think they'll continue to be shafted with sweet nothings, sadly.
Upven
Don't disagree with that and those of us who use the Bendigo Gro ...

I personally couldn't give a Rat's tossbag what they do as I won't be using it but having to change trains due to gauge at the airport (if this is indeed the case) a) doesn't make it a true loop (not  ...

[quote=bevans]What IBAC needs to look at in my view is the constant inaction and delays around freight services on rail resuming. A business case, actually a profitable and strong business case for a ...

[quote=Gman_86]After that section is complete, maybe then a proper Airport - Watergardens - Caroline Springs - Tarneit - Werribee section may happen.

Remember, the original announcement did not hav ...

Posted 05 Apr 2021 16:58 in The Lounge by BrentonGolding

Amazingly we had a very easy run back to home from 90 Mile Beach
bevans
'er indoors reports traffic was fine early this afternoon heading back to Melbs from Castlemaine

The Maine was  ...

Yikes!!! And after the recent Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.
kitchgp
Just to clarify, I'm not talking about the s ...

Generally speaking its easier for all concerned to arrive the train into its original designated platform than to get people to move.
jakar
I don't disagree Jakar but I have on more than ...

[quote=RTT_Rules]Yeah well, those with long memories will remember the corruption of the govt run monopiles and unlike the odd private one was much harder to stamp out as you cannot dismiss the govt p ...

Posted 03 Apr 2021 13:16 in The Lounge by BrentonGolding

Took me 4 hours to get from home (inner Melbourne) to 90 mile beach the traffic was horrendous.
bevans
Which bit Bevans, it's a bloody long beach!!! Getting to Seaspray it obviously quic ...

Posted 02 Apr 2021 23:11 in The Lounge by BrentonGolding

For those of us who work for a living Easter is the last chance for a decent break before Winter.

For those of us stupid enough to run our own micro business it is the most consequative days off t ...

I meant to pen a bit of a puff piece about how good my recent V/Line trips have been this morning but work got in the way. Oh what a difference 24 hours can make.......

I had a pretty hectic schedu ...

No worries. I deal with total mass on roads daily.
RustyRick
That'd be more like total mess down your way wouldn't it RR? ie the mess that the mass makes of the roads!

Anyone else seeing this problem?

https://www.anz.com.au/personal/

Hacked?

bevans

Working for me ATM as it has been most of the morning.

Interestingly I have done 5 or 6 transfer ...

Posted 28 Mar 2021 20:40 in The Lounge by BrentonGolding

Our work phones are with Pennytel after we switched from Telstra. Uses the Telstra network and prices start from  $10.99/ month if you don't use data  (plan comes with 1G I think)

For people who do ...

I read that as Lockspike referring to the OP's comment not yours.

Unless unavailability of spare parts is a factor then you would assume the Loco / computer in question was no longer fit for purpo ...

Is the turntable at Maldon ex Skipton?

Posted 26 Mar 2021 17:40 in General by BrentonGolding

There's this new thing called Google [url=/user/2][b]@bevans[/b], you should get on it, it's great and saves heaps of time compared to flicking through old issues of the AFR!!!!!!!

https://www.main ...

[quote=Carnot]An interesting FOI article in the Bendigo Addy today. V/line spent $70000 in the past 18 months on taxis on Bendigo-Swan Hill-Echuca lines for passengers stranded by cancelled trains:

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Posted 24 Mar 2021 16:44 in The Lounge by BrentonGolding

Garbage quality Chinese Aluminium used to build our new patrol boats:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-03-24/cape-class-patrol-boat-issues-china-aluminium-austal/100024794
Carnot
Ah tha ...

[quote=bingley hall][quote]Reportedly SCT have 30 new CSR's on order to cover current and upcoming contracts.

I also hear they will be constructing a new locomotive servicing centre where I am no ...

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