NSW, AU - Cheltenham

 
  awsgc24 Minister for Railways

Location: Sydney
The rock cutting north of Cheltenham station on the NSFC side is being fitted with wire-netting and suitable posts, probably to protect the running line from rockfalls, when work starts to excavate the cutting for the third track.

All along the section between Epping and Thornleigh concrete "New Jersey Barrier" blocks are being place to reduce the risk of motor vehicles straying onto the running lines.

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  Black Hoppers Chief Train Controller

Location: Banned
The rock cutting north of Cheltenham station on the NSFC side is being fitted with wire-netting and suitable posts, probably to protect the running line from rockfalls, when work starts to excavate the cutting for the third track.

All along the section between Epping and Thornleigh concrete "New Jersey Barrier" blocks are being place to reduce the risk of motor vehicles straying onto the running lines.
"awsgc24"


Too hard to put that in the existing NSFC construction thread was it?
  Black Hoppers Chief Train Controller
  tezza Chief Commissioner

With your non working link,yeah
  Barrington Womble Photo Nazi

Location: Banned
With your non working link,yeah
tezza
What non-working link? Works fine for me.
  awsgc24 Minister for Railways

Location: Sydney
Too hard to put that in the existing NSFC construction thread was it?
Black Hoppers
The NSFC thread is getting to be rather long, and there would be some sense in separating it into parts, with of course plenty of cross references.

See NSFC on:

http://www.railpage.com.au/f-t11347003.htm
  awsgc24 Minister for Railways

Location: Sydney
A lot of trees at and near Cheltenham have been chopped down for the NSFC-ETTT, leaving only the stumps.

Several workmans huts have been installed north of Cheltenham.
  awsgc24 Minister for Railways

Location: Sydney
Too hard to put that in the existing NSFC construction thread was it?
Black Hoppers

When the Albury regauging was complete and opened to traffic, the thread was "reset" to zero, and a new post-opening thread started. Thus it can be with the commencement of the actual construction work on the NSFC.

For example: "NE SG line, post gauge conversion"

This restart makes sense as the old thread can get too long.

Also the RP search function is again not working properly, and one cannot always find the old thread.


For "construction progress" on NSFC ETTT, see: http://www.railpage.com.au/f-t11376575.htm

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