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ikb

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What about using boats. They were very succesfull in the 19th century and the corridor of the obahn follows a river.

problem is there aren't too many of us aussie's left.

Definately there are too many "aussie's" far right.

Posted 04 Nov 2011 18:28 in South Australia by ikb

Only a tad  Laughing .

I don't really think it matters that much. Does it?

From the rules setion inhelp for beginers..

Excessive Posting

- Posting excessively without adding anything valuable to  ...

I agree entirely with Ian and Aaron. Not being familiar with the details it is not appropriate for me to judge.

Posted 04 Sep 2011 18:28 in South Australia by ikb

Perhaps they were waiting for my post so they know how to do it. If they ask nicely I'll let them know more.   Wink

They must read these pages. They used some of the excuses for the Noarlunga  ...

Posted 31 Aug 2011 20:10 in South Australia by ikb

I also thought there were some footings for poles already in the ground around parts of the depot.

Arn't the 2000 class and 3000 the same height?

Posted 30 Aug 2011 20:36 in South Australia by ikb

Thought I saw an OHW wire plan for the depot before it was built.

Posted 23 Aug 2011 18:39 in South Australia by ikb

I think crowded trains that run slowly and unreliably would be more problematic than substitute busses.

Posted 30 Apr 2011 09:31 in South Australia by ikb

I'd be more concerned that the lights are still on at Hawthorn.

Fantastic effort! What an enourmas amount of work they are doing.

Posted 03 Apr 2011 17:30 in South Australia by ikb

Noarlunga Centre station well be bulldoze and a new station going up latter i hear along the grapevine. It could  be like Brighton station design i guess with 3 track be not sure but there will be a n ...

Posted 06 Mar 2011 22:39 in South Australia by ikb

Today going into the city they have started to take out the crossovers from the ex railcar depot into the yard, they had at about lunch time to big gaps in the South Suburban line when I went through. ...

It would only be short sighted if, flange wear was so different it neccesitated turning railcars or railcars were transfered from dry creek to Noarlunga.

There are white marks all over the network ...

Posted 01 Mar 2011 09:00 in South Australia by ikb

Heritage or not really it does not look good to have a 21st century rail line and a 19 th century type of building.

Really?

I couldn't agree more with the criticism of the design of canopy for ...

Posted 20 Feb 2011 05:44 in South Australia by ikb

The permutations and options are many and varied. And you need to look a bit further north, too. It's still very much a bunch of concepts.

like the location of Kewsick, Goodwood and show grounds ...

Posted 18 Feb 2011 23:41 in South Australia by ikb

I'm guessing the big spend on infrastructure in QLD will keep this project on hold for a litttle while yet.

Posted 17 Feb 2011 04:00 in South Australia by ikb

Fabricator, you drew a link between the closed track and the decision not to run an interchange at Tonsley. You then concluded a lack of foresight, presumably aimed at the PTS.

The bus companies,  ...

Posted 16 Feb 2011 22:04 in South Australia by ikb

It is even simpler than you think. I hasn't been repaired because it isnt needed.

Posted 16 Feb 2011 09:20 in South Australia by ikb

Signalling has had to undergo a disconnect procedure, and will be recommisioned. It is an extremly thorough procedure.

Only some rail is being replaced.  The frequency of cutting is more to do with ...

Posted 13 Feb 2011 07:59 in South Australia by ikb

I believe it is called the field river bank.

Posted 08 Feb 2011 20:11 in South Australia by ikb

Well it has started.

Posted 04 Feb 2011 17:41 in South Australia by ikb

Last train should be gone 1510, maybe 1600 tomorrow, however that could still change.

Who will be on the Morphett Street Bridge to watch?

Well the regulator dosent have a very big stick. Having a singular notional regulator will help.

The lack of definition of responsibilities makes it easy to pass the buck from below to above rial a ...

Well the regulator dosent have a very big stick. Having a singular notional regulator will help.

The lack of definition of responsibilities makes it easy to pass the buck from below to above rial a ...

The frustrating thing about the past two derailments near Blackwood is that they were avoidable. Multiple things were outside the codes, notably track geometry and train marshaling at the Glenalta der ...

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