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Draffa

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[quote=justapassenger]Amp.hours (Ah, not aH) mean nothing on their own.

Watt.hours (Wh) are actually what you should be looking for, because you don't need to interpret it by checking on the volta ...

When my 4 stroke mower dies, it will definitely be replaced by a battery mower.
The Vinelander


I already have two electric mowers (long story): a Makita and an Ozito. On a pair of (18V ...

Posted 18 Dec 2018 11:34 in New South Wales by Draffa

Glady’s doesn’t get to pull any triggers, nsw has fixed four year terms. The cards just fell.
Airvan99
Heh, forgot about that. Embarassed

but the block sizes are getting smaller, recently lowered to 180 sqM.
cuthbert


At those sizes I feel like you should just build spacious apartments and shared green zones and be done w ...

[quote=Sulla1]and another interstate operator has been kicking the tyres around Townsville.[/quote]

SSR?

[quote=james.au]These are not small volumes - I assume intermodal type traffic? I wonder i ...

Posted 18 Dec 2018 03:17 in New South Wales by Draffa

Since Glady's wants to keep her job, it was smart to pull the trigger as soon as possible. The Federal Coalition is poison at the moment and the longer they are in the headlines the worse it will be f ...

Posted 18 Dec 2018 01:30 in New South Wales by Draffa

[quote=james.au]By ARG you mean GWA?[/quote]

Yes. I am an idiot.

[quote=The_trolley]Despite Auscision producing artwork of this type of hopper decorated as an AHAH and offering them for sale, the ...

I wonder why the rail line cannot go on the existing alignment?
bevans


Because the old line is a classic pick-n-shovel alignment.  Tight curves, goes around mountains instead of throug ...

Posted 17 Dec 2018 07:14 in New South Wales by Draffa

Can any of the experts advise on the current status of ARG (EDIT: GWA) coalies in The Hunter?

ARG (EDIT: GWA) had their GWU's pulling PHYH, PHEH, and the new AHAH wagons.  They've also purchased Gl ...

Received my carton of 2300's in good order.  Nothing fell off in transit which is a good sign.  The handrail are nice and solid and don't flex in the wind like some models I've received over the years ...

Dammit, Wuiske's.  I seriously do not have money for this at the moment. SmileSad

Hopefully by March.

The Wuiske Asylum is going to send me broke at this rate.

[quote=comtrain][quote][quote]What happened to the QR - 2000 CLASS RAILMOTOR ????????? You guys were going to do......[/quote]Got quietly dropped years ago.[/quote]Of course, the silence may have bee ...

What happened to the QR - 2000 CLASS RAILMOTOR ?????????  You guys were going to do......
ggrover
Got quietly dropped years ago.

[quote=Piston]The editors are always on the look out for new material for the magazine. From memory wasn't there a page called "The Scenic Route" in AMRM long ago where modellers could send in layout ...

[quote=TheMeddlingMonk]Sorry [url=/user/11591][b]@Draffa[/b], link still isn't working (there's a bug in Railpage). Can you just post the full URL?[/quote]

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I have decided to do some simplification of my life, and with that has come the decision to offer for sale most of my HO Scale collection (Standard gauge) so that I can focus on QR narrow gauge.  I do ...

[quote=dthead][quote]There is (or was) a display layout in Beaudesert a number of years back that was open to the public. No idea what the size was, but it was O Scale and housed in a purpose-built i ...

There is (or was) a display layout in Beaudesert a number of years back that was open to the public.  No idea what the size was, but it was O Scale and housed in a purpose-built industrial shed at the ...

I attended the Brisbane Timber and Working With Wood exhibition today (sunday) at the Ekka grounds.

For all the talk and worry about our (railway) hobby dying, I can safely say that there were more ...

[quote=Fatty][quote]Wilmar wanted a lower haulage rate and Aurizon couldn't/wouldn't drop its price. Aurizon has a lot of fixed staff and rollingstock costs for a contract that only runs for six month ...

No thread this year, but I know people went because there was still a lineup until at least 1130 on Sunday.

Layouts on display were largely the regulars we see each year (I keep telling myself that ...

THEY'RE HERE!

Good timing too, as it gets the release out of the way before the BMTS in a months time (can you imagine the chaos of trying to organise both this release and the BMTS stand/stock at  ...

And they're on the way! Very HappyCool

Got a call from Adam yesterday, and later in the day I got an email saying my order has been despatched.

So hopefully they'll be here tomorrow and I can start my ca ...

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