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Posted 22 Oct 2019 09:22 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=justapassenger][quote]"It will allow" ... But will it actually happen? Is the UK actually using this hybrid system on its CAFs?[/quote]Yes! The Civity UK multiple units ordered by Transport for ...

Posted 21 Oct 2019 18:38 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by a6et

[quote=Dangersdan707][quote][quote][color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto,][i]Thanks for the information, a shame it's taken so long (all credit for that to Dampflokwerk Meiningen) [/i][/font][/size][/co ...

Posted 21 Oct 2019 13:18 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by a6et

[quote=M636C][color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto,][i]Thanks for the information, a shame it's taken so long (all credit for that to Dampflokwerk Meiningen) [/i][/font][/size][/color]

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Posted 20 Oct 2019 18:26 in Model Railways - General Discussions by a6et

[quote=DJPeters][quote]Question for those that might know...Can the Auscision pans be used to draw power from a live model overhead?[/quote]I have some models with pantographs from Auscision and from ...

Posted 18 Oct 2019 18:21 in Model Railways - General Discussions by a6et

[quote=SaltyDog]Hello Everyone. I was hoping to pick the collective mind with regards to a suitable pantograph to use on a Sydney Suburban Parcels Van. I understand Sommerfeldt make a range of Pant ...

[quote=simstrain]The trains at Port Botany are not berthside. The line goes to the dock but they don't go right along the ship any more. Berthside cranes do the job of taking containers off the ship a ...

[quote=nswtrains][quote]Yes, Townsville certainly did have a portside rail which was closed in the 1990's along with Cairns, Gladstone, Mackay and Bowen portside rail lines! As for Brisbane's portside ...

[quote=cityrail-rulez]Yes, Townsville certainly did have a portside rail which was closed in the 1990's along with Cairns, Gladstone, Mackay and Bowen portside rail lines! As for Brisbane's portside l ...

Since moving to the Hunter, and often driving near a lot of the areas that had and have direct port access, around Carrington, also going over the Stockton Bridge on Kooragang, with particular notice  ...

Posted 15 Oct 2019 22:26 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=Lockspike][quote][img]https://nnimgt-a.akamaihd.net/transform/v1/crop/frm/max.mckinney/9ef25179-6566-4f1f-b3fc-e24da382fc54.jpg/r0_0_800_450_w1200_h678_fmax.jpg[/img][/quote]Gunna' be a ...

Posted 11 Oct 2019 21:24 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=simstrain][quote]Appears to be a low level bridge. Perhaps some Armco and concrete facing might be a quick fix.[/quote]

How would armco and concrete facing be a quick fix? I'm not sure what ty ...

Posted 11 Oct 2019 09:53 in New South Wales by a6et

When one looks at the outward buckled rails one can well imagine the heat that was generated in the fires, not just with the burning sleepers but more so the heat in the air around the line, that woul ...

[quote=bingley hall][quote]Jobs have now been created and expected to reach 80 in total.

[url=https://www.railpage.com.au/news/s/werris-creek-intermodal-rail-facility-would-benefit-from-better-road ...

[quote=bevans]Jobs have now been created and expected to reach 80 in total.

[url=https://www.railpage.com.au/news/s/werris-creek-intermodal-rail-facility-would-benefit-from-better-road-access]https ...

Posted 10 Oct 2019 10:29 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=freightgate]This paper traffic was an easy customer job for rail as I recall daily shunting from Albury to the mill and back. Add idle bens and other intermodal traffic and Albury was a busy pl ...

Posted 09 Oct 2019 21:45 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla]The Ettamogah Paper Mill produced newsprint which was railed IIRC to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane. I am not sure now about Perth but I think that it was likely given ...

Posted 09 Oct 2019 18:06 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=simstrain]Those diesel loco's can't run on the overhead like the new train can they now. Is there anywhere in Australia you would see with all those people on a loco RTT? Oh and that is on and ...

Posted 09 Oct 2019 09:42 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=simstrain][quote]It's neither for or against, however the top speed of a VLocity is 210 km/h. Any track permitting greater than 160 km/h would probably require no level crossings, apart from ot ...

Posted 08 Oct 2019 21:30 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=RTT_Rules]Hi

The paper system you described is a system that was suited to the time, not today. Today there are technical solutions that would eliminate driver bias on how bad a problem may b ...

Posted 08 Oct 2019 18:30 in New South Wales by a6et

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With modern day track, concrete and heavy rail in constant welded in theory it should be better, as for the aspect of what is causing the cracking in the centric pins, I would hav ...

Posted 08 Oct 2019 11:07 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=simstrain]I would say it is the most curved and not the worst permanent way. The goat track that is the Vic NE would be the worst permanent way. The XPT is actually extremely slow in the curvy ...

[quote=dthead]AMRA , as with most clubs will never make a total satisfied show. they cannot please everyone. Some may hate the AMRA as a club, or individuals within (happens with every club) so I'd n ...

Looking at the photo's and few comments so far, sadly what I thought would happen has.

I have reached the stage of making the decision to go to one show a year, mainly as a result of comparing last year's Liverpool Exh with that years Rosehill exh and this years one.

Last years Liver ...

Posted 04 Oct 2019 11:22 in New South Wales by a6et

[quote=djf01][quote]Simtrain, just stop making stuff up.

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You have no EVIDENCE, thats the problem[/quote]

I am going to engage in a little speculation of my own.

There is absolutely no need ...

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