also it seems not everyone is happy about the train:-Article requires subscription... care to share what they're whinging about?
Ok, managed to access "The Australian" article, here is the section specific to complaints:-
For others who live close to the tracks in the area known as Belongil, the train is an unwelcome intrusion and its approval should be heavily scrutinised.
“The council has washed their hands of it,’’ said resident John Johnstone, head of the Belongil Action Group Association that is protesting against the train’s operations. He said the association believed the main beneficiary was Mr Flannery’s resort, which is at one end of the railroad.
Mr Johnstone said association efforts to obtain documents relating to the train’s operating licence from the NSW Transport Department had been stymied. The group fears the train could end up doing 100 passes a day. Legal action in relation to environmental regulations is mooted.
“There was no formal consideration of the impact to people and businesses on the line from either Elements or the council,” said action group member, sea-changer and fashion designer Jennifer Bannister, who swapped St Kilda in Melbourne for life in Byron two years ago.
Ah Mr Johnstone you forgot to mention that this train is one of the most quiet, environmentally friendly trains in the world ! Also the fact that it will have to be an extremely overcast day before the train or any of its back-up system's produce any pollution at all !
A business man making an investment to benefit his own enterprise; gee, what a surprise!John Johnstone, head of the Belongil Action Group Association that is protesting against the train’s operations. He said the association believed the main beneficiary was Mr Flannery’s resort, which is at one end of the railroad.