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witzendoz

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I see trains going past quite often, there are quite a few at night, at a just there are about 8 in each direction every 24 hours someone on the forum may know the scheduled times. There has been a de ...

The Qube Loco is now the regular, however just this week it has become a double header with a "Rail First" loco.  Never heard of them?

Slightly off track, I love the way the aerial shot of Welshpool clearly shows the route of the old freight branch that went from the Welshpool freight yard into Kewdale.  Was open tell the 80s when fr ...

Qube loco now running trains, does anyone know if they are from Kewdale or Kwinana? Is there now 3 operators?

It does feel like there are more trains coming through.

Strange double header just came through, watco and a qube loco.  Never seen a qube on this route before.

Fremantle line between Showgrounds and Fremantle is indeed single bidirectional working, Showgrounds to Cottesloe on one track, then passengers walk across the platform and board a train on the other  ...

The Fremantle line is currently shut for the work being carried out at Claremont station as part of the future airport line turn back.

Thursday the Fremantle line opens with a reduced half hour se ...

Posted 23 Oct 2020 03:41 in Western Australia by witzendoz

This is starting to sound like an episode of utopia

[url=https://youtu.be/3jl9hTIkXXc]https://youtu.be/3jl9hTIkXXc

I have noticed that recently Watco are running single loco’s where there were running double headers.  I don’t know if the loco model is different but they look the same as the double headed loco ...

The light engine move seems to be happening regularly now, I know it’s coming because the horn sounds different.  As I said before maybe driver training?

Steve where do the containers go once they get to the rail yard in terms of destination?
bevans
Arriving in Fremantle onto ships around the world, leaving Fremantle Mostly Kewdale termin ...

[quote=steve_w_1990]I'll be very curious to see how the NIMBY's that want the freight line to have curfews (or best case scenario for them, complete removal) placed on their operations will react.


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Additional 2 trains announced https://t.co/apvUHKlvLE?amp=1
bevans
Maybe the National Pacific loco was a route learning exercise?

At 11.15am a Pacific National loco ran light engine towards Fremantle through South Freo, unusual as you don't see many Pacific National locos on this line and also because its without a train.  There ...

Posted 03 Apr 2020 04:08 in Western Australia by witzendoz

I should have also said that the number of trains per day has increased quite a lot, I am not sure of the number but I thinks it is at least 8 in each direction per day.

Posted 03 Apr 2020 00:57 in Western Australia by witzendoz

Due to the short distance that needs to be duel gauge to take freight into the port it would be short sighted not to future proof by having duel gauge for any narrow gauge that may one day happen.

A few minutes ago a yellow maintenance truck on rail wheels headed south through south fremantle, from where I am I could not see if it was on standard gauge or narrow gauge.

If the Indian Pacific was to terminate in Fremantle, I would see a lot more carriages behind a national pacific loco in the future lol.  It’s a great idea but of course it would mean the ip would by ...

Today a national pacific loco pulling some carriages went past South Fremantle going south. I think it was a track inspection train.

By the time the Mandurah line is extended to Bunbury these trains will be retired lol. Also the existing line runs through towns where the route from Mandurah runs through nowhere.

That seems a long way round, so the containers are taken to Kwinana then brought to Fremantle?  The Kalgoorlie freighter must travel to Perth as a single stack?  Is the Kwinana thing due to Forestfiel ...

I was travelling along Russel Rd this morning and was stopped by a ARG Container train.  I always thought that the trains that run along the freight line to the Fremantle port were container trains fr ...

[quote=Dangersdan707]I was there in December of last year, the only freights I saw were From Watco on SG with pair of GL's or G/GL. The Narrow Gauge rail looked pretty rusty. What other Freights that ...

I was walking past the new 395 on Saturday and it cleared while I was looking at it, lucky I thought.  As I had to wait at the CAT bus stop a little further down the line I kept note of how long it wo ...

When will people forget the love affair with the car and use public transport?  The freeway gets more lanes added all the time and within months it is clogged again.  If more people used public transp ...

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