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Posted 02 Dec 2009 18:27 in Melbourne suburban by Capegauge
So what? Who cares if they have to go from one platform to another? And how many of these people are there??
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Posted 12 Oct 2009 14:12 in Trams and Light Rail by Capegauge
Glenelg might be better off with a dedicated tourist tram line, if they want to play with toys, not the current light rail route.
Posted 12 Oct 2009 07:38 in Melbourne suburban by Capegauge
It's like wedding cake = normal cake at twice the price, wedding bouquet = bunch of flowers at twice the price, etc. Just add the word airport. Airport bus = bus at twice the price, airport parking = ...
Posted 23 Sep 2009 23:28 in Sydney Suburban by Capegauge
Can you blame them
Posted 22 Sep 2009 22:28 in Western Australia by Capegauge
You might be wasting your time, I think he's long gone.
Posted 18 Oct 2007 16:29 in Melbourne suburban by Capegauge
You have 2 mixed up
Harp St is the former East Kew station, on the outer circle line from Oakleigh to Fairfield
Kew station was in Denmark St, where Vicroads is now. The line ran from where the ...
Posted 18 Oct 2007 16:21 in International Discussion by Capegauge
What railcars? We call them DMUs down here and when you use the word railcar in a New Zealand context, we immediately think of the Silver Fern and the old Fiats.
Yes well we don't use such non- ...
Posted 15 Oct 2007 17:09 in New South Wales by Capegauge
Wrong forum, put it in Trams and Light Rail before you get attacked yet again Mr thread whore.
Who cares? It's relevant to Sydney and it concerns a current goods railway, not a light rail line - le ...
Posted 15 Oct 2007 15:29 in Victoria by Capegauge
I have never read anything sillier
Who is conducting the review? Right Hon Tim Fischer
Where does Tim Fischer live?
Posted 10 Oct 2007 21:32 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Capegauge
THE DORRIGO LINE IS THE DEVIL'S LINE, CAUSES OUTBREAKS OF FIGHTING AMONG THOSE WHO WORK ON IT
Posted 05 Oct 2007 11:25 in Melbourne suburban by Capegauge
Why Thornbury of all places? I presume some sarcasm intended.
I could understand Keon Park maybe (the end of the double track)
Posted 26 Sep 2007 06:27 in Sydney Suburban by Capegauge
Mods, please delete this thread
Posted 26 Sep 2007 06:26 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Capegauge
Get rid of the pro Dorrigo trolls off the board
Posted 24 Sep 2007 21:30 in Victoria by Capegauge
No Pan Am now. But still tasteless, all that raining wreckage.
Posted 24 Sep 2007 19:23 in The Lounge by Capegauge
Dr Who fans will appreciate
Link to the Master below
Posted 24 Sep 2007 09:59 in Trams and Light Rail by Capegauge
Maybe, but look at the others.
Links to Vicsig
Posted 23 Sep 2007 09:41 in Victoria by Capegauge
Is this because connex = private company gets finedVline = government
Posted 23 Sep 2007 09:37 in Sydney Suburban by Capegauge
Elements looks like Ron Christie's plan. Was that deliberate?
Posted 20 Sep 2007 15:40 in Sydney Suburban by Capegauge
If you put ALL cityrail rollingstock on ONE train . . .
you'd put several NR class on the front, with whatever transition coupler you needed for the first car...
you'd inch the whole thing very ...
Posted 20 Sep 2007 13:43 in Victoria by Capegauge
When I did a trip to Yallourn in primary school (or perhaps very early seconday) we went by Walker. Boarded at Oakleigh.
And did the Walker actually go to Yallourn?
Pity it was a Walker, would h ...
Posted 20 Sep 2007 13:38 in Melbourne suburban by Capegauge
Hence my point. Revenue is not serious.
Double the patronage requires slightly less than double the number of trains and slightly less than double the amount of track on some routes.
The oil pri ...
Posted 20 Sep 2007 13:32 in Trams and Light Rail by Capegauge
Adelaide is an ideal city for light rail - not too vast, plenty of wide, slow boulevards.
Posted 20 Sep 2007 08:58 in Melbourne suburban by Capegauge
Revenue, lapdogging away.
When were the 10 trains ordered, when did the oil price start increasing at more the 50% a year?
Posted 19 Sep 2007 22:50 in Western Australia by Capegauge
The following link is in the google cache, but leads nowhere
Posted 19 Sep 2007 21:17 in Melbourne suburban by Capegauge
It used to be possible to get a train from Sydney to Telarah every half an hour (195kms) - NOT BAD, GIVEN THE DISTANCE.
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