Photo Updates

 
  Dusty Chief Train Controller

Location: Meckering WA
There have been a few threads started & buried over the last 12 months about updates to member's photo sites.

I hereby invite all to announce their photo site updates here for all viewers to enjoy.

I'll start by announcing several updates to my Photopic site this week right across the board but including a few pics of the Merredin Shopper & Prospector crossing in about the only place you'll see them together away from Kewdale. More to come over the next few weeks.

(Was going to make this thread a Sticky but it seems I can't.)

Link is in signature.
Regards, Dusty.

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  Auxodium Chief Commissioner

Location: Kickin it in da Gwood aiiiii
good idea, but might be the same as the other photo threads
  Djukin Chief Train Controller

Hi Dusty/ all
Certainly a good idea to put the updates on one thread. We did do an update on the 3/12:
http://www.railwa.fotopic.net/

There is more to come when I get a few minutes.
Regards
Phil
  p2014 Chief Commissioner

Location: Geraldton, WA
nice photos phil  Very Happy
  4705-44201NB Chief Commissioner

Location: Newcastle
Well over the past couple of days I have updated both of my sites
http://bradcoulter.fotopic.net/ & http://bradcoulter-2.fotopic.net/
  Dusty Chief Train Controller

Location: Meckering WA
Some extremely good photos there Blokes.

That's what this thread's all about.  Very Happy

Dusty.
  Freddo Chief Commissioner

Location: Junee NSW
Got some new ones today

Freddo
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  Australind Minister for Railways

Location: Perth, Western Australia
Freddo, you have a excellant site there good work! I agree with Dusty, all good photos.
  pm1225 Chief Commissioner

I have put on shots of S2111 with one cab and will put on more shots of it tonight as second unit working the Worsley caustic train. I have also put up a 22 class galley with shots of them in use. They are at http://westaustrailroads.fotopic.net
  trainmadd Train Controller

I have added a few photos from the last few weeks to the link below. Including Leschenault Lady arriving at bassendean from Kalgoorlie_boulder.
  crisfitz Chief Commissioner

Location: Enroute somewhere
Try out my site http://www.crissphotos.fotopic.net/
It covers my first ten years as a driver on the WAGR , ASR and PN services.
  Dusty Chief Train Controller

Location: Meckering WA
Top photos there Chris.

I've uploaded a couple of pics of yesterday's double headed Indian Pacific to the GSR section of my site. Link below.

Dusty.
  Auxodium Chief Commissioner

Location: Kickin it in da Gwood aiiiii
yeah great snaps Smile
  crisfitz Chief Commissioner

Location: Enroute somewhere
Were both NR's running or was is a 'hauled dead' transfer?

I have just updated my photo site with a few shots of Forrestfield in Oct 1992
  Djukin Chief Train Controller

A few photos added in our October to December 2005 Gallery around Forrestfield to Kewdale Area:
http://www.railwa.fotopic.net/
Regards
Phil
http://www.railwa.fotopic.net/
  trainmadd Train Controller

A few photos of the double headed Indian Pacific on Sunday and of the freight on saturday afternoon with NR29 and NR55 (blue & Green combination)
http://perthfreights.fotopic.net/p24250186.html
Indian Pacific
http://perthfreights.fotopic.net/p24249808.html
Freight
  Tyler Chief Commissioner

Location: Perth
I've started a new website which will soon include pics of Transperth trains and stations.

http://sustainingperthsfuture.fotopic.net/
  Australind Minister for Railways

Location: Perth, Western Australia
Excellant photos, I have just uploaded a whole pile of photos in my thread.
  Mrs_Australia Junior Train Controller

Location: Meckering WA
Had a look at your photos, Blokes. Really great!  Well Done

Unfortunately I missed the double headed IP with NR25 leading because I had to WORK  Puke  So I'm jealous as, Evan!  Very HappyVery Happy

Cheers,
Lois.
  Australind Minister for Railways

Location: Perth, Western Australia
Cheers Mrs_Australia I never seen a double header NR on the IP before, I was talking to another person at Midland and he also said the Sunday service was a double header aswell.
  Tyler Chief Commissioner

Location: Perth
I've uploaded 4 photos of the B series trains and the future south perth station.

B series photos:

http://sustainingperthsfuture.fotopic.net/p24325488.html
http://sustainingperthsfuture.fotopic.net/p24325489.html
http://sustainingperthsfuture.fotopic.net/p24325487.html

Future South Perth station photo:

http://sustainingperthsfuture.fotopic.net/p24344012.html
  miketransperth Deputy Commissioner

Location: Perth [Southern Suburbs]
Hey all!
Just wanting to let you know that my site is now up!
You should check it out, if ya interested!
I am a beginer to this, but im getting better, i have some pictures up.
Enjoy!

http://transperthtransit.fotopic.net/
  Tyler Chief Commissioner

Location: Perth
Hey, you haven't got a party atmosphere like mine  LaughingLaughing

You've got some photos exactly the same as mine but still a good site for everyone to enjoy. Won't talk much about buses on here but with the 0500LE's it's not the breaks that make them joltey but the way they go through the gears. The rear shouldn't get hot if a/c is on full and as perspex is applied to the windows which cools the bus down alot more.

Also, alot of people think that the B series will totally take over the joondalup and mandurah lines however i strongly believe A series will still operate on it during weekdays especially peak. 31 sets isn't enough to cover the entire 105km line from clarkson to mandurah along with the whitfords and cockburn central shuttles. Some artist impressions of the SSR stations show A series trains and in the following document it states 8 A series will still be stored at Nowergup which services the two lines.

http://www.newmetrorail.wa.gov.au/NMR/Documents/Plans/Master%20Plan/PURD%20MP%20-%20200208%20-%20Supplementary.pdf

Go to page 120.
  miketransperth Deputy Commissioner

Location: Perth [Southern Suburbs]
Hey, you haven't got a party atmosphere like mine  LaughingLaughing

You've got some photos exactly the same as mine but still a good site for everyone to enjoy. Won't talk much about buses on here but with the 0500LE's it's not the breaks that make them joltey but the way they go through the gears. The rear shouldn't get hot if a/c is on full and as perspex is applied to the windows which cools the bus down alot more.

Also, alot of people think that the B series will totally take over the joondalup and mandurah lines however i strongly believe A series will still operate on it during weekdays especially peak. 31 sets isn't enough to cover the entire 105km line from clarkson to mandurah along with the whitfords and cockburn central shuttles. Some artist impressions of the SSR stations show A series trains and in the following document it states 8 A series will still be stored at Nowergup which services the two lines.

http://www.newmetrorail.wa.gov.au/NMR/Documents/Plans/Master%20Plan/PURD%20MP%20-%20200208%20-%20Supplementary.pdf

Go to page 120.
"Tyler"


Wow nice work their Tyler!
and you said "i have the EXACT same pictures as you", that cannot be possible, as all the pictures on my site were taken by myself. I did not use or copy your idea(s) if that what your implimenting. I also am new to this, as you were once, as time progresses it will get alot better, and its only the first day that my site has been viewed by the public.
But anyways thanks for the info bout the 0500LE's + the "B Series"" not taking over.
  Tyler Chief Commissioner

Location: Perth
Hey michael i wasn't putting ur website down. I've actually been viewing it ever since it was up today and as they say, "im looking and i'm liking!!!"

I think we have the same ideas as u took one of the booragoon bus station sign aswell as did I.

As u live in Warnbro, do u reckon u could get photos of the construction work on the SSR around warnbro and rockingham?

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