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[quote=justapassenger]The front has now passed with a disappointingly weak 69km/h highest gust and only 1.0mm of rain, they can all go back to doing scheduled services now.

I thought that great swa ...

Posted 28 Mar 2014 09:12 in South Australia by lcb

According to Rod Hook on ABC 891 yesterday morning the Tonsley line is due to open late April.

Posted 30 Jan 2014 16:27 in South Australia by lcb

Security personnel were hired by Transfield,nothing to do with DTPI or rail network.Transfield were the company using inspectors on the O-Bahn.

Taxpayers will be forced to cover lost revenue,not the  ...

Posted 31 Dec 2013 19:14 in South Australia by lcb

4001 was running tests late yesterday.It was at Brighton Station last evening just after 8pm,and took off for Noarlunga/Seaford shortly after.

Certainly has a distinctive European sounding horn.

Posted 03 Dec 2013 10:09 in South Australia by lcb

As happened when the Belair Rail service recommenced Substitute  buses ran for the first 5 weekdays.So we will have the previous "N"  services running during the day till Friday.

Night time and weeke ...

Posted 19 Sep 2013 09:26 in South Australia by lcb

Rod Hook has been Rail Cpmmissioner since the position was established several years ago.

His Deputy was Emma Thomas(also head of Passenger Transport Services).She left her positions a couple of week ...

Posted 17 Sep 2013 11:50 in South Australia by lcb

[quote=poxbox3030]I don't know if its just me, but I read the entire article to which you linked to and not once was the Noarlunga line mentioned. It was for the Belair line. How is that bad news for ...

Posted 04 Feb 2013 18:00 in South Australia by lcb

Hi there. My firt post so here goes. Has anyone got a recent arial photo of the Adelaide yard? On the current Google shot it seems to me that a lot of the pylon locations near points or slips are ri ...

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