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WAGR

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Posted 07 Jan 2014 20:53 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=burt007]Hi Warienga,

Cheers for the info on Dd592.....

Hopefully we can allow a little thread drift here for this question.....apart from the S class, what other Bassendean locomotives wo ...

Posted 19 Dec 2013 21:03 in Western Australia by WAGR

When I sit/stand near the front of the train, I sometimes hears some loud beeps for about 5 seconds at most, does anyone know what the beeps are or what they alert?
justinyau
Hmmm might  ...

Posted 15 Dec 2013 19:48 in Western Australia by WAGR

One of the Wickham cars featured in the film clip was at one time located at the HVR Pinjarra Depot having being purchased by HVR Member Raymond Foster. It was powered by a side valveV8 with what was  ...

Posted 15 Dec 2013 19:32 in Western Australia by WAGR

Due to trackwork taking place on the Alumina Balloon Loop at Bunbury. Loaded trains that normally proceed in an anti clockwise direction were today going clockwise for part travel on the loop. Alumina ...

Posted 13 Dec 2013 21:37 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=Radzaarty]As I was interested in what the asking prices would be for the locomotives I sent off an email to Aurizon.

This is the reply.

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Posted 06 Dec 2013 17:57 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=thewaratahtrain]Santa has traded his sleigh for a train to Perth this Christmas! Ride* with Santa and his helper on various train lines heading in the City, then make your way to the free Chris ...

http://www.hothamvalleyrailway.com.au/news.htm

For those who don't frequent our site often.....HVTR News has been updated... Smile

burt007



W947 is an interesting scenario. It being a  ...

Posted 21 Nov 2013 18:07 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=GeoffreyHansen]Thanks doggie015 and andrew1996 for your replies. Are there any ADKs or ADLs left in the Perth Area? Also is it possible to see any standard gauge iron ore trains close to Perth? ...

Posted 18 Nov 2013 20:43 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=wn514]you may be right DB. I am only going on what a mate who used to drive trains for qube told me last year that they were going to run containerised coal trains for griffen earlier this year ...

Posted 14 Nov 2013 18:55 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=JimYarin]http://www.qube.com.au/ports-and-bulk/innovation

there is a video covering the process of unloading. looks like a lot of double handling. the load rate is 240 TPH. how does this co ...

Posted 14 Nov 2013 12:43 in Western Australia by WAGR

Announced in todays edition of the South West Times, that Griffin coal will in February 2014 commence to export via Berth 5 at Port of Bunbury 1.25MPA of coal using the existing Collie Bunbury rail li ...

Posted 29 Oct 2013 13:39 in Western Australia by WAGR

This places me in the middle of a paddock?  What is the suburb?  There is no "avon" suburb in Western Australia.

Your assistance is appreciated.

Regards

Brian

bevans



the borderi ...

Posted 29 Oct 2013 12:56 in Western Australia by WAGR

Would someone please post a google map reference for the yard?
bevans


Co ords are 31.38s 116.37e

Posted 28 Oct 2013 16:20 in Western Australia by WAGR

So what will they do with the land space which is now occupied by the yard?
bagus70


Probably let it to a trucking company so that they stow and service their grain road trains

[quote=mickus]Hi All,

Have been scouring the internet in an effort to locate and buy a disused flatbed railcar that I can MacGyver into a bridge for our brook. Although a common practice with our f ...

Posted 20 Oct 2013 21:23 in Western Australia by WAGR

From VHS-C tapes.

Yes, it isn't cheap. But if there is enough interest you can recover your costs.

PM me if you'd like some further details.

Cris

crisfitz



Hi Cris thank you f ...

Posted 19 Oct 2013 18:54 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=steamboy65]i have watched that dvd and it is well worth the money hopefully there will be another one and it would be nice if any other collections were put on to a dvd for

people to watch


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Posted 17 Oct 2013 20:40 in Western Australia by WAGR

Hi Andrew 1996, thanks for your reply on the activities of the day. Sounds like it was a great day and enjoyed by all that participated or attended. Congrats to all that made it a success

Posted 17 Oct 2013 20:40 in Western Australia by WAGR

Hi Andrew 1996, thanks for your reply on the activities of the day. Sounds like it was a great day and enjoyed by all that participated or attended. Congrats to all that made it a success

Posted 14 Oct 2013 16:27 in Western Australia by WAGR

How did it go!!!!!! anyone care to comment for us country rail fans.

[quote=DBclass]Yeah but unfortunately if the train were to stop at all stations for potential passengers it would be a pretty pointless exercise most of the time.

I agree it would be nice. But its ...

Posted 12 Oct 2013 22:12 in Western Australia by WAGR

[quote=steamboy65]i know that there are four v class locomotives still around ie pemberton ,collie bassendean and in victoria but some one told me this morning that is one in south australia i told hi ...

Posted 06 Oct 2013 21:17 in Western Australia by WAGR

No replies ???

Too hard, or no one interested?

crisfitz



I think a clue might stir the brain waves on this one

Posted 03 Oct 2013 16:42 in News by WAGR

Well I suppose the next move from the trucking movement will be to apply to the Minister to upgrade some road routes to "B" triples

[quote=doggie015]That would most likely be the case. Also: If you do get the train to the show then do NOT take the shuttles as they are ALWAYS crowded. Just take a regular fremantle line service as t ...

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