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ivahri

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I've come to the conclusion that debating The Vinelander on this subject is as pointless as arguing with the Pope to become an atheist... I think you stand a better chance of converting the Pope to at ...

Posted 11 Sep 2018 21:30 in Sydney Suburban by ivahri

[quote=nswtrains][quote]Labor are no where near looking like they will get in next year. Even with all of the issues the libs supposedly have and there are many. People are seeing the infrastructure a ...

[quote=The Vinelander][quote]Oh, what do you know, AECOM revisited the Mildura line in 2016 as part of their technical consulting for the Infrastructure Victoria Plan.

They found:

[quote]The ris ...

[quote=x31][quote]Ah yes... the wonderful freedom of being a political party that can never form government & so can promise what ever it likes safe in the knowledge that it will never be made to deli ...

Ah yes... the wonderful freedom of being a political party that can never form government & so can promise what ever it likes safe in the knowledge that it will never be made to deliver on it...

I'm often amazed at how, for a section of society so fixated on the mechanics of railways, that so many can't grasp the basic concepts of time and physics.

When a train travels at a slow speed over ...

Posted 15 Aug 2018 18:11 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by ivahri

I was always taught that when you test high voltage motors that you use a variac, or some other form of current limited device so that you can bring the voltage up slowly in case of a wiring or compon ...

Posted 05 Aug 2018 19:22 in New South Wales by ivahri

[quote=RTT_Rules]Again guys,

if you are running two scheduled services a day to Dubbo, then why on earth would you run a dead service to Dubbo for a PM?

Does PN have maintaince depos in Darwin or ...

Posted 30 Jul 2018 06:49 in News by ivahri

And right on time... cue the experts...

There are people who actually do, others who commentate. I love commentators, particularly internet commentators, imagine being able to offer unlimited advic ...

[quote=bingley hall][quote]Transtopic, you are wrong about Lithgow being a Labor seat. State member is Paul Toole, Nationals, Bathurst and Federal member is Andrew Gee, Nationals, Calare.

Logic wou ...

I've said it before there is an unhealthy attitude among some of entitlement... they think that because they have control of a historic rail item that the rest of us owe them. We don't. Every cent the ...

Posted 24 Jul 2018 11:44 in Operators by ivahri

[quote=james.au][quote]James, Nobody wants to bully you or put you into a schoolroom.

The point is very simple - do you want to be easily understood or not?

If you do, then use words instead of ac ...

Posted 18 Jul 2018 18:50 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by ivahri

My only concern is that what changes are made to alter the appearance to resemble its original look do not compromise the mechanical reliability of the loco.

Given Bernie Baker's significant suppor ...

And the GoFundMe is still showing $6070 with the last donation 5 months ago.
mikesyd
Why am I not surprised? I guess it is too late for them to learn from Bernie Baker on how to be genui ...

From the article:

"Photo: Cooma Monaro Progress Association Mr Mitchell says that rather than waiting for a high-speed railway from Canberra to Sydney, his plan would open up areas of untapped pote ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]This cruise ship furphy cracks me up...

So what if cruise ships come into Twofold Bay? They can go bush via bus... the bus can take them places the trains cannot. Are you g ...

[quote=fzr560][quote]To be fair, the only way that i see this being viable is if there is a mining resource discovered and developed in that region (unlikely at the moment), or if cold weather wheats ...

This cruise ship furphy cracks me up...

So what if cruise ships come into Twofold Bay? They can go bush via bus... the bus can take them places the trains cannot. Are you going build a light rail  ...

Braidwood demands station on the light rail Batemans Bay extension.
michaelgm
via Captains Flat...

Why is it wrong to consider freight requirements for the nsw south coast ?
freightgate
Why is it wrong to believe the earth is flat?

Different questions, same answer.

Consider all  ...

[quote=Lockspike][quote]I think you'll find its an area of cattle and maybe sheep and "some timber" but not alot of else.

Cooma had a railway, there was minimal traffic. Even the truncated section ...

I want to see them bring a Canadian Pacific snow plow in to clear the snow on the line through Nimmitabel...

I feel that this vision may have been seen after some sort of smoking ceremony.......
james.au
You said it for me... if this is "visionary" then they must be on LSD...

Totally impract ...

Posted 06 Jul 2018 12:38 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by ivahri

No, that has been at Culcairn for many many many years...

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