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EMBaldwin

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VH wagons are 106t also.  They have 104t stickers on them, but they were upgraded quite a while ago

(bogies) to  ...

[quote=Graham4405][quote]From the front it looks just like a 2300, of course.

At the rear, it looks like a larger radiator has been fitted extending to the rear [b]where the toilet was located[/b]. ...

The current donor cores that I'm aware of are 2351, 2255, 2357, 2190D, 2182D...
2255? I thought all the 2250s had been sold.
Graham4405
Obviously 2355 then.

Posted 09 Feb 2019 19:13 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

There's been no trains on the Newlands system since last Thurs/Fri (a bit over a week ago)

[quote=M636C]I'm most familiar with the units at Gordonvale south of Cairns. At least one of those was a WAGR M or MA rather than a 73, not that the result was any different. It was only by the bogies ...

Posted 11 Nov 2017 09:29 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

PN does Sonoma, Middlemount, Caval Ridge, Goonyella and Riverside.

Was also running to Hail Creek after Debbie for a month or so.

Posted 10 Nov 2017 20:31 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

Aurizon Pring trains run to: Collinsville (McNaughton balloon), Sonoma, Newlands, Clermont (Blair Athol balloon) and Lake Vermont mines regularly.

Spot tonnes trains also run for Riverside, Goonyel ...

Posted 08 Nov 2017 21:26 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

Grain trains ex Mackay to Mt McLaren on the Blair Athol branch of the Goonyella system have been running nearly daily for the past month or so, but I believe that current shipments are nearly finished ...

Posted 08 Nov 2017 20:31 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

PN also runs trains to Rolleston from what I have seen.  Not sure on how many, but guessing picking up spot tonnes that Aurizon can't handle.

Posted 07 Nov 2017 03:07 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

They were supposedly order to service Caval Ridge and Daunia mines, but generally can be found servicing all BMA & BMC mines.  There are still only 4 sets running.

Posted 29 Mar 2017 16:46 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

Currently 3 MRH-90 Taipan's and 1 Chinook at Bowen airport.

That max wind gust figure provided by BOM is up for debate.  I wad in Ingham for Yasi, and winds we got in Bowen were comparable to that. ...

Wouldn't be the ex CFCLA CF(?) class being repainted by any chance?

Posted 02 May 2016 22:10 in Queensland by EMBaldwin

More than likely a site including hot bearing detector, hot wheel detector, dragging equipment detector.

If it is an Aurizon site, it could be one of the new "super sites", that have cameras taking ...

The article is stating the new volumes are in addition to the existing 1.2 million per annum so even better news.
bevans
The 1.2mtpa mentioned is for haulage from Burdekin mills to Town ...

Posted 14 Jan 2016 11:15 in Operators by EMBaldwin

Graham, I don't think i have access in the current version of QRIG.org to make changes, but will have to check. At worst i can make a list of changes and send to Dean.

No need to rush though, as I  ...

Posted 11 Jan 2016 19:59 in Operators by EMBaldwin

I haven't seen anything on documents that are available outside of Aurizon unfortunately.

Posted 11 Jan 2016 15:11 in Operators by EMBaldwin

There have been changes to the Qld system to that which is described on the QRIG.org site as posted by Graham.  Examples being first digit of 2 now also covering Aurizon coal services on the Newlands  ...

[quote=M636C]

If the crew in the leading unit had been aware of the extent and cause of the problem they might have been able to apply dynamic brakes on the trailing units even if the Westinghouse wa ...

Posted 06 Jul 2015 11:3