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Gman_86

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I spend a lot of most days driving a 22 tonne truck around Greater Melbourne and as far as bottlenecks on Melbourne's roads go, it doesn't even make the top 10 in my experience.

Leave it as it is  ...

myki Zones:

Gembrook – 2

Healesville – Regional 2/3

Warburton – Regional 2/3

Stony Point – 2

Mornington – 2

Whittlesea – 2

kitchgp

That doesn't necessarily mean anyth ...

A fair idea, although, the question is would it just be easier (and cheaper) to just build new stabling capacity somewhere else?

Posted 14 Sep 2021 16:28 in Victoria by Gman_86

Am I correct with my guess that another PN grain stalled heading up Warrenhiep Bank yesterday?

XR553, XR550 & XR555 ran light engine on the down through Gheringhap in the late morning returning wit ...

Does anyone here actually believe this level crossing should stay.......
Upven
It would be nice to get rid of it, but honestly, if it is going to cost the taxpayer half a billion dollars ...

The Federal government made a promise to remove this crossing, so why are they passing it on to the state to do?

The State government is working through a large program of level crossing removals o ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]This thread is a bit of a laugh isn't it.

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Worst of all, New South Wales & Victoria wouldn't be in lockdown right now if the Federal Government hadn't of royally scre ...

Posted 11 Sep 2021 21:02 in Victoria by Gman_86

Nice to see some of us can get out there and see some trains again. Nice video Greensleeves.

This thread is a bit of a laugh isn't it.

One of you crapping on about giving Morrison another go because it would have been a mess if Labor was in charge? Nice crystal ball gazing there. Nice to k ...

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla][quote][quote][quote]I have personally been calling out for this for some time including writing about this in last years April fools joke. It is past time the federal governmen ...

Where do I start?

First of all, this policy has nothing to do with AfterPay or BeforePay or any other advertising client who is currently advertising on Melbourne's trams. Whatever your thoughts of ...

[quote=62440]What is driving this? Is it just a campaign to stop all Skyrail type projects? Would people rather have shaded playgrounds under railways or a 30m wide trench with no cross access, cuttin ...

Mangalore?

My knowledge of different lines and docks in the Port precinct is a bit foggy, I'm assuming that this is the track that is on the immediate Western side of the Bolte Bridge.

Would a rail bridge ne ...

I have said it before and I will say it again, the 2 crossings on Macaulay Rd are unlikely to be removed in the near future (next 10 years).

Just too damn messy.

As well as being responsible for providing a rail service, V/line are an employer. As an employer it is important to show your employees as well as prospective employees and of course customers (in th ...

And here's little old me thinking it was High Profit Freight Vehicles. I must do better.

Also, apart from Metro 2, can somebody also please advise on the best way to get ...

I have to agree with Carnot. Seems like typical agenda driven scare tactics designed to stir up trouble in the community.

Real ordinary stuff from the Hun here.

Gordon?

Posted 04 Sep 2021 19:02 in Gheringhap Loop by Gman_86

T373 appears to have returned to Melbourne light engine, running solo yesterday.

Posted 04 Sep 2021 18:59 in Victoria by Gman_86

Grainy went up to Ouyen today. Had a BL, 81 and X48 on it, but X48 was picked up by 7901V this afternoon
Lachlan's Train Channel
Sounds like the train that has been operating to Portland ...

...Knock everything south of Glenroy out and get it all done in one go by rail over at Kensington, rail under the road at Moonee Ponds...
tayser
How do you propose to do th ...

Not the first time Deni loading has been railed out of Tocumwal.

Do you mean to say that rather than winning the work from their road based competitors, the rail industry is winning it from their sea-faring competition?

I honestly didn't know we moved that much  ...

I suppose some of you lot grumble to yourselves every time an "Art tram" trundles by.

There is nothing wrong with tarting up the same old boring carriages with a bit of nice art and supporting loca ...

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