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[quote=simstrain][quote]Line reopened this morning, with appropriate speed and safeworking restrictions in place.[/quote]

I have no idea where you heard this and the nsw trainlink website still has a ...

UUhhh, wot? Confused

[quote=aside8]Hello everyone,

I've had issues relating to the B set by Chris Jennings available from Coals to Newcastle. At exactly 74 km/h, an emergency brake will apply and only release when the ...

They had a big hitup last year too, cleaning up some cockies excavator...[url=https://www.newsport.com.au/2018/june/cane-train-derailment-halts-harvesting-operations/]Article here

Posted 24 Aug 2019 13:24 in The Lounge by KRviator

You're welcome to offer some assistance.

Or you can do what gunzel's have done for decades before the interwebz, facebook and backdoor access to ARTC systems - go out with your tripod, deck chair  ...

Posted 09 Aug 2019 07:43 in New South Wales by KRviator

[quote=justapassenger]This was [url=https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-08/water-train-saves-mine-and-jobs-in-lithgow/11392468]covered by the ABC.

It's a pity that this is poured into an open ditch ...

[quote=speedemon08][quote]I don't think there's an issue if the roster for a train has shytehouse loco allocation, but it sounds like someone put the 600 on point where there was a better-equipped loc ...

I don't think there's an issue if the roster for a train has shytehouse loco allocation, but it sounds like someone put the 600 on point where there was a better-equipped loco in the consist. This goe ...

[quote=The_trolley]I look forward to following the Cootamundra and LRW backyard railroad reactivation of the CL's and then the subsequent phone videos taken from the drivers seat at 80km/h with the ho ...

Posted 06 Aug 2019 09:09 in New South Wales by KRviator

[quote=newts]thanks for that.....i go to Nyngan every few months....I've seen a lot of different loco's pass through there over the past few years but that's my first 82 and it didn't look like it was ...

Asked and answered. Locked.

Was up there for a mates wedding couple years ago on one of the running days and caught a quick photo:



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Posted 15 Jul 2019 15:39 in News by KRviator

[quote=jakar][url=https://google.com]https://google.com[/quote]C'mon, you could have at least linked the Fair Work website EBA URL to google... Razz
Like this: [url=https://www.google.com/search?q=A ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote][quote]I've heard the 'delightful solar-powered train' has been spending a considerable amount of its time broken down or waiting for spare parts from overseas.[/quote]

It has ...

And here was I thinking the reason for choosing a train over a plane could be summarised in two words: Airport security...Evil or Very Mad

Most valuable thing on those loco's is probably the ICE fitout...Laughing

Posted 25 Jun 2019 07:42 in Trams and Light Rail by KRviator

One suspects it might be a deliberately edited omission in the Wiki article or it isn't long enough to show on their map. (2.7 km - the decimal separator is not a typo.)
kitchgp
I tried  ...

Posted 21 Jun 2019 15:25 in Trams and Light Rail by KRviator

Spain.

Is Google broken?

[quote=Fatty][quote]8805 has been doing tests or crew training down the Townsville Jetty Branch and through the Queensland Sugar Limited's bulk sugar unloading balloon this afternoon. The first solo t ...

Posted 19 Jun 2019 14:34 in New South Wales by KRviator

[quote=The Vinelander]16 years Exclamation
It's entirely possible there are posters in this forum who are younger than this thread. However it's still a valid discussion

Ninthnotch, AFAIK went on to cr ...

Don't forget Pacific National is going ahead with their St Mary's freight terminal. [url=https://primary.engagementhub.com.au/]Apparently.... Quite a spendy project if they won't be running as many fr ...

[quote=Aiden Teszke]It would be nice to see it preserved (although not the most popular of engines) I have fond memories of seeing them working Pelton coal trains when I was young, and it would be a g ...

[quote=freightgate]Another solid piece of investigation from the age resulting in a terrible look for metro.

[url=/news/s/three-metro-controllers-test-positive-for-cannabis-alcohol-on-the-job]Three ...

They are a strange shape for liquid and they do not appear to carry Dangerous Goods placards?
YM-Mundrabilla
Good pickup!

Posted 13 Jun 2019 18:23 in The Lounge by KRviator

I can't say I'm overly happy about that, given the state of the climate. 1000 ongoing jobs are not the be all and end all. IMHO, coal mining and coal-fired power stations should go the way of the dodo ...

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