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[quote=Calgully][quote]I understand there were also Holiday Extras into the 1980s. In fact I saw a photo of one online somewhere recently.

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I understand there were also Holiday Extras into the 1980s.  In fact I saw a photo of one online somewhere recently.

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Posted 16 Aug 2016 07:58 in Victoria by Calgully

Perhaps the best attribute of Sprinters for the traveller is the great visibility.  The seats align to windows and there are very few side pillars.

As far as I know the only station to have a significant name change was Museum when it became Melbourne Central.
jdekorte


Well there was Spencer Street that became Southern Cross.  And ...

[quote=jcsaws63]John Holland use the loop at Uranquinty to park track machines a few times a year. Also at The Rock Qube and others park lager engines overnight while the small locos go to Boree Creek ...

Posted 20 Mar 2016 10:11 in Victoria by Calgully

[quote=dthead]GEB silos

Our club is planning on a large silo installation for a new exhibition layout, we have the plans and experience with the concrete silos but many silos got extra steel bins a ...

Posted 20 Mar 2016 09:55 in Victoria by Calgully

[quote=kuldalai]When the VLocity cars were ordered they were based on NSW carbody width the thinking at the time being that was as wide as one could go with 160kmh operation and the kinetic envelop ...

Posted 18 Mar 2016 22:56 in Victoria by Calgully

[quote=kuldalai]1. Previously converted to motorized operation in February 2016 was the crossover at South Geelong .

2. Up end points and Catch Points in # 2 Road to be converted to motorized operat ...

Dunno.  Merrigum?

Well done, it is indeed Nandaly.  The clue did get a 'reaction' after all.

The second (alternative) clue uses the co-ordinates (Groups=columns, Periods=rows) of the elements in the periodic table.

...

Not one for me - cryptography is not my strong point!
Valvegear


It's not entirely cryptography.

Read the WHOLE clue.

A knowledge of science will help though - in fact it's essent ...

Thanks Valve.  

This one will get a reaction one way or another.

22.99;  144.24;  26.98;  88.91 or alternatively G1A,P3; 60; G3A,P3; G3B,P5.

Cardigan?

Yes, Noradjuha it is.

It was on the cross-country Horsham to Hamilton line, and was later the terminus of a one-station branch from East Natimuk solely for grain traffic.

I will cut the line back to Vectis then.
Rodo


No, not Vectis.

Think 1980.

Posted 08 Nov 2015 20:41 in Victoria by Calgully

Looks like Castlemaine

Dallenger has it.  The tattered old version (rag) inside its newer self (towel) so Tragowel.

Having dried off many times, the tattered old version is wrapped within its newer self.

Telford?

Not Natimuk East.  But you're all over it.

Gowanford?

DigooraWest.
Rodo


Not Diggora West.

It's further West than that.

Lara ?
Valvegear


Yes,

Do Re Me LaRa it is.

Pura Pura?
Valvegear


No, not Pura Pura.

I think you're on the right track though.

[quote=Valvegear]Natimuk ?[/quote]

Not Natimuk.

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