4911 & GM10 - Milvale to Temora - April 2019

 
  Bevan Wall Deputy Commissioner

Here's some of the video I recorded today of GM10 & 4911 hauling train no.3343 from Milvale to Temora.
Enjoy,
BW.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azAIWvQkEUM

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  x31 Chief Commissioner

Location: gallifrey
was that grain or canola?
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
What was the first PN train hauling and from where Bevan?
Also, where did/will this train go after Yenda?
  Bevan Wall Deputy Commissioner

was that grain or canola?
x31
Feed lot grain from SA.
  Bevan Wall Deputy Commissioner

What was the first PN train hauling and from where Bevan?
Also, where did/will this train go after Yenda?
james.au
First PN train that was crossed at Stock YN2. The empty wagons from Yenda will be taken back to Coota later this week.
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
Interesting - so grain from SA is railing into Southern NSW too???  Fascinating.

And the PN one, do you mean a NY train?  As it was heading the wrong way to be going to Newcastle I think - I'm assuming it had come down via Narromine and Parkes?
  Bevan Wall Deputy Commissioner

Interesting - so grain from SA is railing into Southern NSW too???  Fascinating.

And the PN one, do you mean a NY train?  As it was heading the wrong way to be going to Newcastle I think - I'm assuming it had come down via Narromine and Parkes?
james.au
Yn to Newcastle always run that way Come into Parkes, down to Coota and then up to Newcastle.
An enormous amount of grain is currently being moved to NSW. PN have three rakes, SSR one and GWA one. Much of the grain is being unloaded into the silos at Parkes for distribution to farmers. Smaller amounts to other locations. The mill at Manildra is also receiving grains from WA and SA. The grain from WA is coming via ship, being unloaded at Port Kembla and then moved by rail
Here's some video recorded last week:


https://youtu.be/mpY2Av1i4vs


https://youtu.be/TVE7mD6POJY
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
Interesting - so grain from SA is railing into Southern NSW too???  Fascinating.

And the PN one, do you mean a NY train?  As it was heading the wrong way to be going to Newcastle I think - I'm assuming it had come down via Narromine and Parkes?
Yn to Newcastle always run that way Come into Parkes, down to Coota and then up to Newcastle.
Bevan Wall
Ah gotcha.  I assumed they were coming up the Main south, but of course they'd come across from Broken Hill.

How did the train unload at Yenda?  And where are they unloading at Parkes, id assume the Sub Terminal?
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
Interesting - so grain from SA is railing into Southern NSW too???  Fascinating.

And the PN one, do you mean a NY train?  As it was heading the wrong way to be going to Newcastle I think - I'm assuming it had come down via Narromine and Parkes?
Yn to Newcastle always run that way Come into Parkes, down to Coota and then up to Newcastle.
Ah gotcha.  I assumed they were coming up the Main south, but of course they'd come across from Broken Hill.

How did the train unload at Yenda?  And where are they unloading at Parkes, id assume the Sub Terminal?
james.au

16 were loaded at Yenda and have been combined with 27 at Milvale (ex load Brribbaree) and will head to Maldon to unload next week.
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
Interesting - so grain from SA is railing into Southern NSW too???  Fascinating.

And the PN one, do you mean a NY train?  As it was heading the wrong way to be going to Newcastle I think - I'm assuming it had come down via Narromine and Parkes?
Yn to Newcastle always run that way Come into Parkes, down to Coota and then up to Newcastle.
Ah gotcha.  I assumed they were coming up the Main south, but of course they'd come across from Broken Hill.

How did the train unload at Yenda?  And where are they unloading at Parkes, id assume the Sub Terminal?

16 were loaded at Yenda and have been combined with 27 at Milvale (ex load Brribbaree) and will head to Maldon to unload next week.
bingley hall
Ahh righto, makes sense as I was unaware of any unload point in the Griffith region.  Thanks BH.
  Paul G Beginner

Hi Bevan,
Just like to know how you and your fellow photographers know the number of each train you photograph.
And, is there somewhere I can go(official or otherwise) to find out which trains are where in NSW/Australia, same as you can
use Flight radar for planes?

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