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Posted 26 Jan 2020 17:20 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=BrentonGolding][quote]has landed and 4 people are now infected. This is scaring me and the wife.[/quote]It's Corona not corono (actually Coronavirus). You know, like the Toyota car. It means Cr ...

Posted 26 Jan 2020 16:45 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

has landed and 4 people are now infected. This is scaring me and the wife.
freightgate
Yep

[quote=kipioneer][quote][quote]Railway line, canal, whatever... Port Augusta would be a no no....

Canals have been floated as ideas in the past for a range of projects, but the rate of evaporation ...

[quote=Transtopic]At last, a more sensible, pragmatic and affordable approach. It's encouraging to note that the agency's name refers to "FastER Rail", not just "Fast Rail" or "High Speed Rail", both ...

[quote=ANR]Railway line, canal, whatever... Port Augusta would be a no no....

Canals have been floated as ideas in the past for a range of projects, but the rate of evaporation in this dry country ...

Posted 26 Jan 2020 04:24 in News by RTT_Rules

[quote=C2]What the......He will 100% buy the land in the Outer burbs Mel Syd for HSR why would he bring it up now with Atomic Bushfires Decemation of our heritage .. Elbow spruiks We need fast trains ...

[quote=Valvegear][quote]North-western NSW is a bit of a Wild West, so the security plan for that option (or even for a port on the NSW coast) would need to be quite beefy.[/quote] Hey, hang on a minut ...

I believe what they move in the UK in those vessels is actual rods? Not heavy yellow sand.

Each drum if yellow cake is around $10k in value. The drums are more than likely back loaded on a supply t ...

Posted 24 Jan 2020 18:36 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=Valvegear][quote]You also don't see whats under the abaya, like the high end fashion underwear and high street dress.[/quote] High fashion that they're not allowed to show. Like it or not, thei ...

The rail line is accessible and why would a truck be needed at the port of Townsville?  I guess my point is the wagons could be unloaded at the dock from the train.
bevans
Drums loaded o ...

Posted 24 Jan 2020 17:58 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=apw5910][quote]and Dubai does Glam in a big way[/quote]Yes, I remember seeing those rich men in the Dubai mega-malls, being followed around by three or four women dressed ENTIRELY in black Very Happy

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Posted 24 Jan 2020 15:32 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=don_dunstan]Retail is looking very bleak all over the world, especially bricks-and-mortar shopping centres. One of the UK's largest shopping centre operators (Intu Properties) announced that it ...

I remember seeing a special shipment of yellow cake from Mary Kathleen to the Port of Brisbane in the early 1980s...one 1250 class loco, two QLX louvred vans and one guards van.
Sulla1
T ...

[quote=Aaron]Yellow cake is a mixture of uranium isotopes in oxides, mostly U238...

To up the value, lower the shipping costs and make it a little more interesting I wonder if they’d consider cen ...

Posted 23 Jan 2020 20:26 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

Word around is that McKenzie will be dumped tomorrow, a cabinet meeting is taking place now, or has done this morning to discuss it.
lsrailfan
SCOMO's father died, so perhaps he might be ...

[quote=ANR]With the anticipated 'reactivation' and proposed expansion of this mine (couldn't think of a better word), how will this product be shipped out?

Does anyone know where the yellowcake was ...

Posted 23 Jan 2020 13:03 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=C2]Government subsidies go to Billionaires no problem. Digging up coal with government subsidies redicilious ,creating, manufacturering jobs with subsidies ingenious . economy management is so ...

[quote=simstrain][quote][quote]Skyrail as in what was built on the north west metro and not monorail. building the metro on skyrail from marrickville to bankstown would relieve the existing line inste ...

Posted 23 Jan 2020 12:45 in Queensland by RTT_Rules

Those two tourist services each way each day to Kuranda would help bump up passenger numbers
Travelling Hooker
Yep, I would have said the

Electric Tilt train pulls in around 900 - 1100 ...

Posted 23 Jan 2020 05:53 in Other Transport by RTT_Rules

[quote=Carnot]Road taxes would sadly be political suicide in Australia.

Anyway, Tesla now has a market value of US$100 billion. An interesting summary here:

https://jalopnik.com/tesla-reaches-100- ...

Posted 22 Jan 2020 21:48 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

blah blah blah blah
Yeah that's pretty much what I see when you post too.
don_dunstan
Don, the global data is all there to be seen. There is no point trying to put Australi ...

Posted 22 Jan 2020 19:44 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=don_dunstan][quote][quote]NO, it was killed by deliberate government policy. End-of-story.[/quote]Don,

you still believe Australia can build global platform low to mid priced cars in small vo ...

Posted 22 Jan 2020 19:20 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=don_dunstan][quote][quote]Byron Bay is NOT Australia! Russell Crowe is NOT Australian! How many times have I told you that the internet isn't representative of reality and you still ignore me - ...

Posted 22 Jan 2020 18:49 in Other Transport by RTT_Rules

[quote=Carnot]Subaru have said they'll ditch the IC engine in the next 15 years.

[url=https://www.caradvice.com.au/820880/subaru-plans-shift-to-an-all-electric-line-up-by-mid-2030s/]https://www.carad ...

[quote=SinickleBird]Interesting question that - how will Inland Rail benefit the communities en-route?

The principal purpose of Inland Rail is to speed up the Melb-Brisbane freight transit time. I ...

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