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Richard stroker

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A short statement in reference to the thread title "what if Australia did an Amtrak" simple , they won't !

Can someone please start a thread with meaning

A short statement in reference to the thread title "what if Australia did an Amtrak" simple , they won't !

Can someone please start a thread with meaning

I don't buy Heinz products because of where they are made , usually a good tin of SPC locally made right next to it

Apparently the very white sand  was used for glass making . Most of Seaford is built on sand , part of the reclaimed swamp , drained many years ago , add two metres of fill and you can build houses on ...

Posted 03 Apr 2021 13:58 in Victoria by Richard stroker

Those wacky China men are up to their old tricks . An article in the south China morning post saying Australian hay import licenses are not being reissued.

China takes a lot of Australian hay . I h ...

I read an article that metro trains are using goats to control vegetation around Belgrave on the steep embankments. A smart idea ????

I totally agree with bevans , a train line to every farm so road transport is not needed , force sct to open up in Robinvale. Don't worry about China's attitude to our exports and assume volumes will  ...

Posted 27 Nov 2020 22:28 in Victoria by Richard stroker

Asking a question or two , is it only when there is an above average harvest that Portland gets used to ship grain ?

How often does an above average harvest occur?

Is it worth the port investin ...

Posted 27 Oct 2020 18:11 in Victoria by Richard stroker

Just a thought, but would part of the problem with finishing the project be V line wanting to keep everything broad gauge for their passenger operations ?

Posted 20 Oct 2020 19:05 in Victoria by Richard stroker

From a simpleton point of view ,

Your the CEO  (feds) and one of your managers puts a proposal with a business case and quote to you ( vic ) to do something of significance to make a difference.

The ...

Posted 19 Oct 2020 17:34 in News by Richard stroker

Can I ring the bell and ask for time out between you two gentlemen.

What has the button report and Australian car industry got to do with Chinese coal imports ?

I have to agree with RTT , the b ...

Posted 19 Oct 2020 17:22 in Victoria by Richard stroker

Thanks for link BS , did you get my Pm I sent ?

Posted 19 Oct 2020 09:03 in News by Richard stroker

China doesn't want to give us money to buy our new wizz bang missiles that can be used against them .

Posted 27 Sep 2020 20:42 in Victoria by Richard stroker

I agree with the issue of train lines being a better way to transport bulk grain rather than road .

Firstly the "bumper harvest " has not yet happened, it looks promising, but who knows what can ha ...

Posted 25 Sep 2020 18:24 in Victoria by Richard stroker

Thanks for your informative response Neil , I didn't think stalling a loco was similar to stalling a Datsun 120y

Posted 25 Sep 2020 16:14 in Victoria by Richard stroker

As someone with no knowledge of driving a locomotive, what causes it to stall

Thanks for sharing the article.

I think reading it would answer your questions.

My apologies nightfire , it was frieghtgate who made the statement. Sorry for using the wrong name .

I disagree with your statement that gilmac wont have the same success as ultima if they use the last mile transport as road .

Other bigger operators succeed using road only

Nightfire, I respectfully disagree with your comments about Gilmore's potential to fail if they are they going to use trucks for the last mile transport.

There is a very successful hay export compa ...

China is the main buyer of hay , well at the moment anyway . Things not looking to good to keep exporting and get paid from those very sly chinamen .

I have heard they are very creative at certain p ...

Bevans, give up with your argument. History says the opposite to you. It was not a viable profitable company, unless you study at the Allan Bond or Christopher Skase school of business, I'm starting t ...

Posted 04 Sep 2020 21:25 in Victoria by Richard stroker

BS how's the weather looking for finishing off the crop up your neck of the woods? A bit to dry next week or so? I'm sure wobert won't be going dry from lack of rain

The problem is money , no government can afford to fullfill the wishes of every community that seeks improved public transport . Why not build a monorail mayor quimby.

From what I’ve read on here t ...

Thanks for business operation lesson bevans and how you successfully used it in the telecommunications industry with fibre optic cable.

Would that be why nbn have previously sent emails to head con ...

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