Thank you for your suggestion but "No", I'll stand by my opinion.Bit surprised VG hasn't jumped back in here with a point of order. Because s3_gunzel's original clue seems also not to be a cryptic! StevePerhaps you would now like to revise that opinion.
And I still don't see how regular "time of day" variations of service stopping patterns could conjure up the word "temporary" in anyone's mind as a cryptic device to decipher the original clue. Post-facto justification?!I've said it once; I'll say it again. Another player solved it quickly and with no prompting. You couldn't, but now want to keep blaming the quiz master ( and my opinion) for your failure to understand it. Sorry; it won't wash.
Is anyone aware of a more complete, up to date and comprehensive list of stations covered by this quiz?This listing - https://nswtrains.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Sydney_railway_stations - includes Metro stations
Thanks, georges.Is anyone aware of a more complete, up to date and comprehensive list of stations covered by this quiz?This listing - https://nswtrains.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Sydney_railway_stations - includes Metro stations
Neither that link nor Wikipedia includes stations in the outer metropolitan area under the wires. Cityrail, the now-out-of-date entity (still used in the title of the present site) operated as far away as Goulburn, Dungog, Bomaderry etc. Current usage on the present Railpage site seems to extend only as far as the wires.
A dated and imperfect guide to outer metropolitan stations, and beyond, is contained in https://nswrail.net/lines/nsw-map.php. That map does not distinguish between electrified and non-electrified stations.
Is there any agreement that the borders for clues on NSW-Cityrail Where is it?-CRYPTIC VERSION site are best defined by:
- Newcastle Interchange, to the North.
- Kiama, to the South
- Lithgow, to the West
- Macarthur, to the South-West?