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The last time I saw K205 in 2002, it was still shining and gleaming. The loco had just underwent major overhaul back then. It's hard to believe that it has been reduced to rubble.

Posted 28 Nov 2015 00:13 in Western Australia by bagus70

I hope this is not out of topic. I recently checked Wikipedia page about Mullewa. On the Rail Service section it mention that there is a new dual gauge line being built from Karara iron ore mine to Mu ...

Is that true that Auscision will release the model of NR locos?

2014 is almost over, yet Auscision haven't even released their model of C44ACi. Why? Was it because of newer and more attractive liveries, such as those on MRL and FIE locos?

Is it true that Auscision delayed the release of C44ACi model because of the release of MRL and FIE locos?

I wonder if Auscision will make the model of MRL locos?

I wonder if Auscision will do the HO-scale model of MRL locos?

I simply have no idea whether if engine noise muffling will reduce the enjoyment of trainspotting, as I live in the country where no mufflers are installed on locomotives exhaust. The rumbling of thei ...

If it's up to me, I would love to see the HO scale model of Indian Pacific, Ghan, or red Trans Australian coaches, complete with interior lighting, good details, and knuckle coupler.

The Lima's India ...

Posted 28 Oct 2013 18:04 in The Lounge by bagus70

How is his leadership goes?

Now the Chinese product already makes trouble in Australia.

Posted 28 Oct 2013 14:48 in Western Australia by bagus70

So what will they do with the land space which is now occupied by the yard?

Posted 18 Jun 2013 19:33 in The Lounge by bagus70

Perhaps the membership here could be considered "Railway Oddities"! Mr. Green
Graham4405


Social oddities actually Mr. GreenMr. Green

Posted 18 Jun 2013 19:16 in The Lounge by bagus70

Let me add some too:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-DhY12YLPFnc/T-gJW4IWvUI/AAAAAAAANB0/GoPuQ4OOAvU/s1600/100_4388.JPG

Stamp, dating back to 1967, commemorating the 100th anniversary of Indonesian ra ...

[quote=5711]Anyone notice that the Southern Aurora sets have been published/announced......

10 car setss...niiicccceeeeeee!!!!

Plus add on 4 car set to make the full consist!!!!

Wonder if the Spi ...

There is also an order for 50 GT38AC for Indonesia, these will probably fit in the Queensland loading gauge

jmt


Now this is interesting. I was told that back in mid 1980s, the driver ...

Posted 18 Jun 2013 18:11 in Western Australia by bagus70

It's so sad to hear that. I wonder why do they closed down the yard? Was it due to lack of activities over there?

From the latest Australian Railways Illustrated...

Cheers,

Gomer

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This image real ...

Actually, both Singaporean and Malaysian people expecting this line to penetrate deep into Singapore. Only their politicians think otherwise.

Did they mention Iskandar as the southernmost terminus? Isn't that Iskandar is actually located in Malaysia? I thought the line would go all the way to Singapore?

I wonder if they can create something like "Iron Boomerang", unless this one goes to Perth?
However, the Iron Boomerang project seemed to be more feasible as it connect Pilbara (which is rich in iron) ...

Why did they try to cut off the rail link and replacing them with bus? Such move would only increase traffic congestion, increasing pollution, and increasing dependence on fossil fuel.

I don't understand what's on the mind of these decision makers? Replacing electric suburban train with diesel powered buses will only increase pollution, and it will also increase the reliance towards ...

I'd vote the Indian Pacific cars. Very Happy

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I'm sure you have a reasonable explanation for where you've been for the last 6 months? Razz
If you look at their website it does say expected release 2013 ...although I pers ...

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