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Posted 02 Feb 2015 00:14 in Sydney Suburban by kg3000

I think we need to put top gear style filters with some CGI to really get some cut-through with these videos.

Posted 13 May 2014 15:48 in New South Wales by kg3000

Some well informed sources have let me know that XPT driver cars have been popping into maintrain for a repaint, id say in a similar scheme to the V sets.... given the colloquial name for these is 'ha ...

Posted 08 May 2014 16:18 in New South Wales by kg3000

For the record its an smh article. I shared it as Canberra times (by changing the domain name in the url) simply to circumvent the paywall as CT doesn't have one. Smile

Posted 08 May 2014 12:25 in New South Wales by kg3000

Posted 08 May 2014 12:15 in New South Wales by kg3000

There's no reason why half the fleet can't continue to operate in the manner for which they were designed, whilst the other half become dedicated suburban stock.

Totally agree ...

Posted 08 May 2014 12:11 in New South Wales by kg3000

[quote=Newcastle Express]Just to make it clear, I do not support Labor (especially what they did when in power) or ANY other party. I can't stand either party.

Raichase, having an unbiased discussi ...

Posted 08 May 2014 11:19 in New South Wales by kg3000

[quote=Raichase]Thanks for sharing the link. I couldn't agree with you more, the OSCars are not designed to operate Intercity services. The Transport Ministry has realised this and it's excellent news ...

Posted 08 May 2014 11:16 in Sydney Suburban by kg3000

The real way of the future would be a 21st century V-set replacement. Given who's governing & holding the purse strings, I for one am not holding my breath....
wurx ...

Posted 08 May 2014 11:09 in New South Wales by kg3000

It's funny as i have floated this idea for about two years... no one believed me that this would ever happen. Good to see that Gladys admits that oscars are not fit for intercity runs too. I eagerly a ...

Posted 08 May 2014 11:08 in New South Wales by kg3000

[quote=Raichase]Two posts in and the editorializing anti-Liberal crowd has already slammed their slant on things down. There goes any chance of having an unbiased discussion about the new trains!

I ...

CSB... why don't you have a 24/7 live stream of each platform instead?

The writer of that article is a nong whose opinion should be discounted almost entirely.

Almost?? You're giving him far too much credit.

[quote=Raichase]I stopped buying the magazine over twelve months ago when it became nothing more than a collection of travel diaries from retirees who have nothing better to do but gripe about how not ...

Their were more than 6 SOR protesters and their supporters. And I have my own photos/videos.
Newcastle Express

Interesting, please tell me how the fact there were probably 10 people, ...

[quote=djf01]I think a monorail - almost anywhere - fails the "what problem are we solving here?" test. I think that's a much higher bar, because I think the NWRL project also fails to pass that test ...

Posted 16 Jul 2013 05:40 in Sydney Suburban by kg3000

What is wrong with this?


the fact that 'waratah' is a lotus.

No, please don't tell me that... I prefer green.
cant say the same myself. lol

Posted 05 Jun 2013 00:38 in New South Wales by kg3000

[quote=Duplex]Very interesting discussion guys. But it's all pointless waffle as Railcorp's Asset Management is seriously considering another refurb for the XPTs. I think they hope to get another 8-10 ...

Posted 06 May 2013 01:01 in Melbourne suburban by kg3000

[quote=kg3000]Let's also not forget the fact the 4D train was neglected and not serviced well enough so it simply broke down all the time... melb could have cityrail fleet + wider wheelbase if they we ...

Posted 06 May 2013 00:50 in Melbourne suburban by kg3000

[quote=Watson374]Your beloved Murwillumbah line is junk, too; the NSW government is prepared to improve regional coach services to much greater effect (and much less cost), so why would you insist on ...

Posted 05 Apr 2013 02:32 in New South Wales by kg3000

[quote=Watson374]Not just that, [b]wurx[/b]. It certainly doesn't help that passengers are now often afraid to leave luggage beyond their line of sight (and often immediate reach, too), due to a fear ...

Posted 03 Apr 2013 12:10 in New South Wales by kg3000

[quote=donttellmywife]I am very much [b]not[/b] kidding.

I do exactly that most of the time that I need to catch the train from Maitland (still within the frequently serviced region of Cityrail) ...

Posted 03 Apr 2013 11:36 in New South Wales by kg3000

[quote=donttellmywife]I'll admit I'm just stirring the pot a little, but there is an underlying important point to my stirring.

There are [b]already[/b] train services running between Broadmeadow a ...

[quote=Black Hoppers]Funny how we see this at least once every year,and why go out of ones way to say im just a uni student doing a study for my course.

Daily Tele or Herald journo looking for info i ...

Posted 03 Apr 2013 00:56 in New South Wales by kg3000

Bring a pillow, I guess.
Logistically that can be a pain in ones rear end but point noted. Razz

One addition that SHOULD be considered is more luggage racks... why not have them ...
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