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Posted 21 Jul 2012 17:57 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
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Posted 27 Mar 2012 12:53 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
I have nothing, floor is open.
Posted 25 Mar 2012 12:51 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
Posted 03 Mar 2012 23:03 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
Posted 13 Feb 2012 15:12 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
Fairly confident, Meadowbank?
Posted 04 Jan 2011 14:57 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
Hi AllI am curious as to the arrangements for operation of the IRA Minto Shuttles whilst the South Line is shut for the next few weeks. I know that the services will operate via East Hills but will ...
Posted 15 Oct 2010 00:17 in Sightings by hurstville1
81 - PN48 - PN48 passed Hurstville on the down with a Grain train at about 10pm.
Posted 14 Oct 2010 23:41 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
I assume you guys dont know how improved this timetable is?
Besides the extra trains on the weekends and all the extra trains, there were almost NO empty trains heading towards the City this aftern ...
Posted 07 Sep 2010 17:08 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
Excuse my not so good photos
It is coupled with T107, a recent G set refurb.
Posted 07 Sep 2010 17:03 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
Another Terrorgraph Beatup.
The Penshurst incident they handled quite well, they were sending trains bi - di between Oatley/Mortdale and Hurstville to get around it, with a back lot of trains about ...
Posted 31 Aug 2010 16:18 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
T103 paired up with what I can only assume was T111(new refurb) today.
Posted 27 Aug 2010 16:10 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
T107 seen running around today, with the newer version of refurb with seats etc.
Posted 25 Jul 2010 23:06 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by hurstville1
Well the LDPs are fitted with inline fuelling aren't they? Might explain the sudden loss of them from the East Coast.
Posted 24 Jul 2010 19:54 in The Lounge by hurstville1
Not that big of a deal, depends how you deal with it.
For me at school, I can't find the need to talk about anything railway related so I don't. Most of the time the schoolkids find out off my Face ...
Posted 19 Jul 2010 22:09 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by hurstville1
Oh bugger just noticed the thread now
Any idea if your going to have one next year?
Posted 08 Jul 2010 10:54 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
Yeah, and the train pulled into Platform 24 from Bondi...
Posted 26 Jun 2010 23:34 in The Lounge by hurstville1
Yeah, took me a while to figure what a Eclipse when the word spread overnight.
Figured when we left at like 6pm with a full moon, then I get home @ 10 and the rest of its gone.
Posted 24 Jun 2010 23:16 in New South Wales by hurstville1
My photos from the day:
8102 in Intermodal Livery
BM7 with 001 and 003.
A very bright NR34 passes Unanderra
CG0X at Unanderra.
3938 at Unanderra.
Posted 23 Jun 2010 09:52 in New South Wales by hurstville1
Nice pics there TM3801!
I'll get to my photos eventually.... School's becoming a pain now. Or is it COD?
Posted 20 Jun 2010 13:55 in Sightings by hurstville1
I am here currently at Crown Street Mall in Wobblygong. So far today, me and Trainman3801 have seen
Wongawilli Coal with the 2x ELs8102 shunting Port KemblaMB4 with Pacnat, Vanill ...
Posted 19 Jun 2010 16:55 in Sydney Suburban by hurstville1
I was another one who experienced 2 minutes of air conditioned comfort before having to get off again The G/T combo went off into the yards right when the following train (8.36?) showed up. Surpr ...
Posted 05 Jun 2010 19:48 in Sightings by hurstville1
Sydney Terminal, was very busy today. Indian on Platform 4 with GM22 and 27 with a works train, 4473 had a spoil train solo on 2.
NR27 brought the IP in with 105 taking it out.
1581 had 2x GLs a ...
Posted 04 Jun 2010 17:21 in The Lounge by hurstville1
As far as I have been told, the School Certificate/High School Certificate will remain pen & paper as will most exams.
Posted 29 May 2010 23:34 in Railway Photography by hurstville1
The main problem me and my friends have had is when to press the shutter. Even now with trains at 115kmph I have problems.
As Raichase said, just keep practicing and you'll get used to it.
Posted 29 May 2010 22:47 in The Lounge by hurstville1
For coastal areas it is supposedly going to be windy
No more Baked Beans.
But honestly, as long as some of it falls into the dams it'll be alright. Love how we had barely any "Severe Thunderstor ...
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