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Lighting was nowwhere near standard required. Same old layouts and very uneven floor.

Sydney and Melbourne shows are much better

You need to consider the "Fine print" here:

1. The LNP has scheduled this for 2019 (after the next election!)

2. There are not enough train paths through the Brisbane CBD (Consider new services  ...

Lots of places where you can still clearly see the old formation. Harrisville is a good one with original goods shed still there, junction for the MtEdwards branch at Munbilla(From here the line climb ...

Heres the details from 28/10/2013 (first set anyway), there will be a phased in programme of the three sets

over the next year.

Posted 31 Oct 2012 19:17 in Queensland by inlander

Hi folks,Looking for online images or data of the former rail viaduct that crossed the Boonah Fassifern Rd just north of Boonah, please. A friend is doing this area in a rail simulator and needs real  ...

Posted 24 Oct 2012 17:22 in Queensland by inlander

I should have added the following to my reply re Sunlander timetables.A number of factors saw the 3 hour longer journey in the mid 80's. The 1502 's were limited to 80 kph, as was the track north of R ...

Unfortunately for rail; most stations in populated centres occupy prime real estate.Developers eye them off, start lobbying pollies and councillors  and next thing is that it is sold .They never give ...

Well I think that a little competition wont be such a bad thing. The price of the Australian RTR stuff is very expensive. At the shows the feedback we always get is yes we would like to model Aussie p ...

You need to get your facts right.

Firstly,

The Brisbane bus system is th most efficient in australia- i.e. lowest running costs per km (1.75 - 2.30 per km , in comparison Sydney 3.70 per km and u ...

Hardly surprising that they would go for another hardliner Pommy!

His predecessor ,Strachan was bought out here to privatise  QR and BT but has left to head up the olympics transport inn London.


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Weell it was always going to be a tall order to run and maintain 40+ km of track with volunteers.

As soon as scarce government money starts drying up this is what happens.

As for the track out we ...

Posted 21 Jan 2011 06:42 in Queensland by inlander

Heres the range summary for you:

1. The access road on Toowoomba Range is mostly untrafficable by vehicle. We carried out a walking inspection between Harlaxton and Ballard today, and will walk Ba ...

Posted 13 Nov 2010 17:02 in Queensland by inlander

Check out the tenders in todays Courier Mail paper.

There is one for the removal of track Theebine to Kingaroy!

The end has finally arrived.

I would say the new deluxe sleepers will be the queenslander class replacement

The older M and L series cars are not EPA compliant (No retention toilets) and are not very DDA compliant as well.

I would say they will keep some cars for the SOTO and the Westlander/Inlander will ...

I remember the 1980's well on this line. There was a daily mixed Mon- Fri(pax in the van if there were any) ex Maryborough and ran through to  Pialba which had a permanent SM stationed there. The trai ...

Posted 13 Sep 2010 17:48 in Queensland by inlander

Even newer style railcars to the downs would never get off the ground.

It would still take to long (read liverpool and main range !)

They could never make a business case. It would be far cheaper  ...

Here we go again: the bottom line is this:  There is no money to finance even 30% of the proposed projects.

This is what happened last time - oh yes we will duplicate to Nambour and build to Noosa- ...

If you study the traincrew agreement you will find that management can work the part timers around 16hours over and above the base hours and they will only be paid at ordinary rates for this time.

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It is twin bidirectional tracks to Richlands and then Springfield when built.

Ballast trains will commence first week of August.

The line curving away toward Wacol in the cutting is to be the new U ...

The games commence!  The head of the QLD Invetsment Corp was saying yeterday that he is against the float.

The mining companies may yet get what they want.

For the pathetic sum of 4- 5 billion t ...

All future Driver/Guard employment in the new Qld rail looks like being part time only.

They only have to give you 116 hrs per cycle but can work you up to 136 hours at ordinary rates.

This will h ...

I love the spin put on about fasttracking the project.

The fact is that the line was orinally scheduled for completion in 2011. Then in June 2009 the Government announced that it would now be 2015  ...

Posted 14 Jan 2010 06:42 in Queensland by inlander

by demolished They mean the fittings etc were taken out- yes it was on the platform.

Of interest the service in its later days used to terminate at Warwick on some days and then wallangarra 3days a w ...

Posted 13 Jan 2010 22:56 in Queensland by inlander

The following are the facts:

The last Sydney Mail (26 Up) ran on 29 January 1972, and the Brisbane-Wallangarra service was withdrawn as of 1 February 1972. The Wallangarra Refreshment Rooms closed  ...

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