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Posted 16 Apr 2012 10:43 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Was scrolling threw eBay this morning, and came across this seller;http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/maitland_tourism/m.html?hash=item4ab6604d97&item=320887344535&pt=AU_Transportation_Collectables&am ...
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Posted 08 Nov 2011 07:34 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by Jeremy_Williams
The NSWGR 39 Class.
An updated 38 with a 4-8-4 or 4-8-2 configuration (Was most likely a 4-8-4 due to the size of the firebox!) with a larger firebox and a new tender with 6 wheel bogies.
Posted 07 Nov 2011 20:49 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by Jeremy_Williams
Being realistic, not many Diesel locomotives are favoured to be driven from the number 2 end, even the G class.The 930's and 44's are apparently quite good to drive in the no2 end because it is clo ...
Posted 07 Nov 2011 20:47 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by Jeremy_Williams
Posted 02 Nov 2011 18:26 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Wow! Thats the best I've ever seen 711 perform to date! I can still remember in 2000 going behind R711 and R761 from Seymour!
Posted 27 Oct 2011 22:24 in New South Wales by Jeremy_Williams
I was walking by the school and I saw a headlight in the round house.
Posted 24 Oct 2011 20:50 in New South Wales by Jeremy_Williams
Is 3237 still at Broadmeadow, as I saw it a couple of days ago when I was walking around.
Posted 24 Oct 2011 20:43 in MSTS 3D by Jeremy_Williams
dbani, would you be keen on constructing a new NSWGR C32?
Posted 22 Oct 2011 23:53 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Posted 22 Oct 2011 22:44 in Model Railways - General Discussions by Jeremy_Williams
Oh why thankyou! It will be fitted with proper cylinder cocks and pistons with spinning wheels!
Although the project will be put to a halt for a while. Photos will be uploaded if anyone wants to s ...
Posted 20 Oct 2011 22:10 in The Lounge by Jeremy_Williams
I work at the school the student attends. The staff have heard from his father that he is very distressed and that the boy that he was with has returned to school.
Says a lot abo ...
Posted 20 Oct 2011 22:06 in Model Railways - General Discussions by Jeremy_Williams
In the works,D3 639 has been fitted with bogey parts. More will need to be fitted as 1 was only made today because of the bad weather.http://hostthenpost.org/uploads/984e99df2d990856bd8c5d5c1b2d99 ...
Posted 20 Oct 2011 22:02 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
3102 does have a P6 tender in this photo at the top of the blog, you might be lucky!
Posted 15 Oct 2011 17:06 in The Lounge by Jeremy_Williams
Posted 15 Oct 2011 16:17 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Double 32's to Kandos
Motive Power - 3237 and 3265Consist - GMS, MCA, MFE, TBC, FS, FS, MFS, (3 HUB Cars operated by RTM) and 2xSWT, 2 suitable mainline diesels.
Depart Sydney 8:30Arrive Kan ...
Posted 11 Oct 2011 19:16 in Model Railways - General Discussions by Jeremy_Williams
cutting down the nose on a 49class to make one of the PPL 49's - will be 4906 when finishedVery nice job mate. Are you using actual measureme ...
Posted 25 Sep 2011 20:08 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
3237, 4906, 4204, SWT12, x4 FS, ABS, something else and a FHG were all transferred from Broadmeadow to Lithgow State Mine.
REALY. Jesus christ Greg, I was only pointing out EXACTLY what the ...
Posted 24 Sep 2011 10:07 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Posted 21 Sep 2011 21:41 in ACT by Jeremy_Williams
Good to hear about the restoration progressing at such a rate!
Posted 16 Sep 2011 22:29 in Armchair Operators by Jeremy_Williams
Hey Guys, the gala went very well.
Next year I am bringing along my 2 LNER A4's. These are Mallard and Bittern (DoNZ currently). Also 3520 will be making an apperance after a heavy overhual at Will ...
Posted 16 Sep 2011 21:36 in Model Railways - General Discussions by Jeremy_Williams
5711, I wish you luck if you are going to attempt to get a Black 3801. They are RARE as hell now. If you have one you're really lucky
Posted 14 Sep 2011 21:10 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Mods, close this thread please.
Posted 13 Sep 2011 17:09 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Ok, I didn't want this thread to be hi-jacked by idiots.
Grow up the bunch of ya's and take your argument somewhere else. For all we know R766 could be used on a ballast train for driver training.
Posted 08 Sep 2011 19:23 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
I'm guessing I might make a trip up there soon...Headed up to Cessnock to see my cousin play with the Jets, so might make an excuse to see it.
Posted 08 Sep 2011 09:04 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by Jeremy_Williams
Hi, I was recently reading The Newcastle Herald and it appears R766 has been completed. But the reason why I'm asking is, the loco is now out in the elements.
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