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Heardy_101

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Posted 13 Jan 2016 21:41 in South Australia by Heardy_101

Hi everyone,

Well, after a few long years of a forced hiatus, I'm back. Whether or not I'm allowed to stay back is another thing, however I did log in using my old details for curiosities sake and  ...

No need to start mocking me, I'm going by what people are telling me, whether or not it's true is another thing, and with that WE WILL LEAVE IT AT THAT AS THERE IS NO NEED TO GO OFF TOPIC.

Page 24 bottom May 2012 Catch Point mentions a few details... Shocked.....Studies continue into the potential re-opening of the Wallaroo line to access a possible new deep water iron ore export port f ...

Please post the source that shows they are outside previously established levels of crash worthiness.Note the word "Apparently". Only going by the words of a car dealer friend of mine.

When you think about it, it does sound stupid. I mean - why would they allow for an increase in competition at the expense of safety?Because Australia is a 3rd world country and road safety is all abo ...

How does the Australia government allow cars with asbestos into Australia?RegardsBrianThe same way they do everything else: sheer ignorance.Great Wall also apparently didn't fair very well in crash te ...

Not necessarily being lived in however the Redhens at Riverton in SA were being used as accommodation for quite some time until recently (last 12 months I think).

Don't worry, ol' Jimbo here thinks he's the new roving news reporter. Let him have his moment (oh, wait....).Seriously though, very doubtful there would be any major risk unless you decided to take th ...

He's probably just telling young Mitchell a tale to wind him up for fun.He's doing it wrong though, the usual way to do that is to create an anonymous Yahoo email address and offer him $30 million.I'm ...

A word of interest, would anyone be interested in seeing rail return here? I know I amThere are never-ending proposals regarding the SE lines, both from Government and non Government people. The most  ...

*BUMP*Sorry to bump a thread here, but spoke at length with a GWA driver today and told me that a "...$20 million dollar feasibility study is being done..." by the mining companies involved with this  ...

The Kapunda line branches off at Roseworthy, so in a way yes.

*BUMP*Sorry to bump a thread here, but spoke at length with a GWA driver today and told me that a "...$20 million dollar feasibility study is being done..." by the mining companies involved with this  ...

I love Government conspiracies.Heard this in the news this morning, very interesting.Makes you wonder how far (and how truthful) some of these things can actually go!

Or wait for the admins to post another thread for the first 20 users to make a custom rank.....lol

Guys, this is not Sensational-Adelaide.com, if you want to argue about something way out of you depth go here, http://www.sensational-adelaide.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=9&sid=daf997181fa535c1b591 ...

And now for some breaking news, we have TranzitJim LIVE from the News chopper, Jim, what do you have for us?

Some of them are a result of this thread from 2007.Wonder if the bosses will ever do it again?

Does (or would) the Gaol Loop serve a purpose eg like Ian said for Electrics (and Diesels) to access Dry Creek without having to go into the main Adelaide yard first? Or will the BG be removed as prev ...

...... I found the list of Rankings.However I notice some Posters have rankings, eg. Lithgovian Ambassador-at-Large and The Snow Lord, not on the list.Are they special people, like, part of an Inner S ...

Posted 14 Aug 2012 22:02 in South Australia by Heardy_101

See front page of today's InDaily. It will either be running early next year, or sold for scrap. Recieved said article via email this morning. Knowing what Mr Geber is like, he's bluffing, although I  ...

Please please someone who understands the costs of building a rail line explain to me why 5.7kms of electrified railway line costs $290m in Adelaide but approximately 2 kms in Melbourne costs $550m?? ...

Posted 13 Aug 2012 08:42 in South Australia by Heardy_101

any sign any where that they will be used for passengers?!?!?!?!?!?Sorry......couldn't help myself.Fantastic seeing a (near) original Bluebird back on the rails. Perhaps the NRM could use her for occa ...

Posted 12 Aug 2012 12:24 in South Australia by Heardy_101

Just some quotes from "SAR Bluebird" on RailSA:In recent news, a full inspection was recently carried out on the Barossa Wine Train with owner John Geber and other interested parties who are looking i ...

Posted 11 Aug 2012 21:48 in South Australia by Heardy_101

Yes, I'm looking forward to seeing 257 in action in the future. Never got to ride on a Bluebird before, or listen to one.Apparently the Wine Train will be going again soon, if it does get a ticket for ...

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