Staff map and timetable

 
  Colonel Leon Junior Train Controller

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Does anyone know how or where (or a link) to the timetable that shows the normal timetable but also what type of set it would be (e.g V Set, Tangara ect. ect.) and how many carriages. Also how or where (or a link) to get some map that the Sydney train staff use, which would include things like sidings (e.g Lavender Bay Car Sidings) that isn't on the normal map. The map may not exist (I haven't a clue) but I know the timetable does. All informative reply's appreciated.

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  tazzer96 Deputy Commissioner

Does anyone know how or where (or a link) to the timetable that shows the normal timetable but also what type of set it would be (e.g V Set, Tangara ect. ect.) and how many carriages. Also how or where (or a link) to get some map that the Sydney train staff use, which would include things like sidings (e.g Lavender Bay Car Sidings) that isn't on the normal map. The map may not exist (I haven't a clue) but I know the timetable does. All informative reply's appreciated.
Colonel Leon
There is a sydney trains draft working timetable out there.   It says draft but it is pretty much identical to what it is now.  Main execptions are things like the newcastle truncation.

This draft working timetable (called STWW) shows set type, how many cars etc.
  Colonel Leon Junior Train Controller

Location:
Does anyone know how or where (or a link) to the timetable that shows the normal timetable but also what type of set it would be (e.g V Set, Tangara ect. ect.) and how many carriages. Also how or where (or a link) to get some map that the Sydney train staff use, which would include things like sidings (e.g Lavender Bay Car Sidings) that isn't on the normal map. The map may not exist (I haven't a clue) but I know the timetable does. All informative reply's appreciated.
There is a sydney trains draft working timetable out there.   It says draft but it is pretty much identical to what it is now.  Main execptions are things like the newcastle truncation.

This draft working timetable (called STWW) shows set type, how many cars etc.
tazzer96
Is there a way we can view STWW?
  darcyj Chief Train Controller
  doyle Assistant Commissioner

Hi is there something like this drivers knowledge maps for Melbourne
I have looked and found nothing yes google is my friend but not this time

Thank you in advance
  petan Chief Commissioner

Location: Waiting to see a zebra using a zebra crossing!
https://railsafe.org.au/diagrams/drivers-route-knowledge-diagrams
darcyj
Bit of trivia; P.55 (plan 23E Sydney Terminal) of the Yards and Maintenance PDF from that URL has the olden days spelling of wagon, ie 'waggon', for the motorail wagon unloader in the dock next to platform 1.

Thanks for the links Smile
  tazzer96 Deputy Commissioner

Hi is there something like this drivers knowledge maps for Melbourne
I have looked and found nothing yes google is my friend but not this time

Thank you in advance
doyle
Always wondered this.  Along with one for queensland/Brisbane.   I know they exist in some form, but are they allowed to be given to the public.
  doyle Assistant Commissioner

Probably not
The NSW one is quite beautiful
  s3_gunzel Not a gunzel developer

Location: Western Sydney, AU
Probably not
The NSW one is quite beautiful
"doyle"

I miss the NSW one being on one PDF.
  sunnyyan Station Master


I miss the NSW one being on one PDF.
s3_gunzel
I still have an old copy of the PDF from July 2014. Every thing is still quite current, it just doesn't have the South West Rail Link.
  s3_gunzel Not a gunzel developer

Location: Western Sydney, AU

I miss the NSW one being on one PDF.
"s3_gunzel"

I still have an old copy of the PDF from July 2014. Every thing is still quite current, it just doesn't have the South West Rail Link.
"sunnyyan"

So do I...

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