Grain harvest thread 2018-19

 
  BigShunter Chief Commissioner

Location: St Clair. S.A.
Richard " Dick " the stroker
Richard stroker
A possible theme song for Dick.

The Stroke, by Billy Squier... 1981.. form 3... turned.. 15...ahhh..who'd go back and have another go



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psbxL7o-6ZA

BigShunter.

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  SamTheMan79 Assistant Commissioner

Location: Geelong
A mate works for GrainCorp here in Geelong as a Supervisor. Any grain's that are stored out there are meeting domestic use for bread, flour, beer etc. and that's about it. No trains for a while to the port as there's not enough to export.
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
A mate works for GrainCorp here in Geelong as a Supervisor. Any grain's that are stored out there are meeting domestic use for bread, flour, beer etc. and that's about it. No trains for a while to the port as there's not enough to export.
SamTheMan79

There will be a train to Geelong next week, but it will be barley for the local breweries.
  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
There will be a train to Geelong next week, but it will be barley for the local breweries.
bingley hall
Might raise a Furphy Refreshing Ale or 2 to that tonight!

BG
  potatoinmymouth Chief Commissioner

Personally I’m looking forward to Little Creatures funding construction of a spur line down Swanston St...
  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
Personally I’m looking forward to Little Creatures funding construction of a spur line down Swanston St...
potatoinmymouth
What, grain in, kegs and cans out?

With occasional Heritage specials too of course. Railpage could run a Christmas charter!

BG
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
There will be a train to Geelong next week, but it will be barley for the local breweries.
"bingley hall"
Good to see the railway helping essential industry.
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
A mate works for GrainCorp here in Geelong as a Supervisor. Any grain's that are stored out there are meeting domestic use for bread, flour, beer etc. and that's about it. No trains for a while to the port as there's not enough to export.

There will be a train to Geelong next week, but it will be barley for the local breweries.
bingley hall
And the operator and Gauge is?   dot dot dot (followed by a drum roll)
  wobert Chief Commissioner

Location: Half way between Propodolla and Kinimakatka
Who cares, its beer.
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
Who cares, its beer.
wobert
Such typical generic Australians you mob are. (I don't drink, really=Citizenship revoked and banned from Railpage Australia™ for life)
  LancedDendrite Chief Commissioner

Location: North Haverbrook; where the monorail is king!
Who cares, its beer.
Such typical generic Australians you mob are. (I don't drink, really=Citizenship revoked and banned from Railpage Australia™ for life)
Dangersdan707


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiHdpAVIHgo
  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
Who cares, its beer.
Such typical generic Australians you mob are. (I don't drink, really=Citizenship revoked and banned from Railpage Australia™ for life)
Dangersdan707
A bloke's gotta have a hobby!

BG
  wobert Chief Commissioner

Location: Half way between Propodolla and Kinimakatka
Who cares, its beer.
Such typical generic Australians you mob are. (I don't drink, really=Citizenship revoked and banned from Railpage Australia™ for life)
Dangersdan707
So that means I have to drink your share as well, okay, it's a dirty job but someones gotta do it.
  wobert Chief Commissioner

Location: Half way between Propodolla and Kinimakatka
Well 'Shunter, seems like a day at Neverby with Uncle Reg is required, we could wax lyrical on the advantages of the broad gauge  situated just behind the pub.
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
Well 'Shunter, seems like a day at Neverby with Uncle Reg is required, we could wax lyrical on the advantages of the broad gauge  situated just behind the pub.
wobert
I'll stick to my non Alcoholic Ginger Beer or Lemon Line Bitters and Preach away. I fear I would not go down well if I were a drinker.
  wobert Chief Commissioner

Location: Half way between Propodolla and Kinimakatka
Depends on what your going down on:shock:
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
I'll stick to my non Alcoholic Ginger Beer or Lemon Line Bitters and Preach away. I fear I would not go down well if I were a drinker.
"Dangersdan707"
Whatever you like - I don't think it matters at all whether you drink alcohol (in moderation) or not. There was, in times past, some sort of macho Aussie idea that you had to get on the booze to be a real man. Thankfully we seem to have outgrown that absurd idea.
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
A mate works for GrainCorp here in Geelong as a Supervisor. Any grain's that are stored out there are meeting domestic use for bread, flour, beer etc. and that's about it. No trains for a while to the port as there's not enough to export.

There will be a train to Geelong next week, but it will be barley for the local breweries.
And the operator and Gauge is?   dot dot dot (followed by a drum roll)
Dangersdan707

SSR - standard gauge - loading at Moree
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
A mate works for GrainCorp here in Geelong as a Supervisor. Any grain's that are stored out there are meeting domestic use for bread, flour, beer etc. and that's about it. No trains for a while to the port as there's not enough to export.

There will be a train to Geelong next week, but it will be barley for the local breweries.
And the operator and Gauge is?   dot dot dot (followed by a drum roll)

SSR - standard gauge - loading at Moree
bingley hall
Wheat northbound to Moree and barley south.  What a great backload (if they can get it).
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
A mate works for GrainCorp here in Geelong as a Supervisor. Any grain's that are stored out there are meeting domestic use for bread, flour, beer etc. and that's about it. No trains for a while to the port as there's not enough to export.

There will be a train to Geelong next week, but it will be barley for the local breweries.
And the operator and Gauge is?   dot dot dot (followed by a drum roll)

SSR - standard gauge - loading at Moree
Wheat northbound to Moree and barley south.  What a great backload (if they can get it).
james.au

All a matter of timing - in this case empty to Moree, but it has happened once or twice in the past months (not necessarily barley out)
  Jack Le Lievre Chief Train Controller

Location: Moolap Station, Vic
There have Three(3) S/G Grainies around the Geelong Grain Loop this week. They have been led by BL26 & BL30 plus 40H on Tuesday, G523(FA) & BL33 plus 26H on Wednesday and BL30 & BL26 plus 40H today (Thursday). Not sure of the origin nor the contents.

These are the First trains through the Loop since the Abolishment of North Geelong "C" Box and new Signalling being installed.
  wobert Chief Commissioner

Location: Half way between Propodolla and Kinimakatka
There have Three(3) S/G Grainies around the Geelong Grain Loop this week. They have been led by BL26 & BL30 plus 40H on Tuesday, G523(FA) & BL33 plus 26H on Wednesday and BL30 & BL26 plus 40H today (Thursday). Not sure of the origin nor the contents.

These are the First trains through the Loop since the Abolishment of North Geelong "C" Box and new Signalling being installed.
Jack Le Lievre
Atleast a couple came from Lillimur, been  told there loading canola.
  SinickleBird Chief Train Controller

Location: Qantas Club at Mudgee International Airport
Canola beer tastes funny
  trainbrain Deputy Commissioner

Well 'Shunter, seems like a day at Neverby with Uncle Reg is required, we could wax lyrical on the advantages of the broad gauge  situated just behind the pub.
I'll stick to my non Alcoholic Ginger Beer or Lemon Line Bitters and Preach away. I fear I would not go down well if I were a drinker.
Dangersdan707
Don,t like beer/alcohol what is your problem?
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
Well 'Shunter, seems like a day at Neverby with Uncle Reg is required, we could wax lyrical on the advantages of the broad gauge  situated just behind the pub.
I'll stick to my non Alcoholic Ginger Beer or Lemon Line Bitters and Preach away. I fear I would not go down well if I were a drinker.
Don,t like beer/alcohol what is your problem?
trainbrain
1 few months less than 18 and don't wanna end up like a generic Horney teenage hooligan
2 I'm Un Australian according to the my family
3 I don't like it (simply)
4 It would not be best for me and my social skills ect
5 I don't like the taste.

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