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[quote=SinickleBird][url=/user/527][b]@James[/b].au - there is no longer a Blayney train in the John Holland working timetable. And the only mention of intermodal in Blayney Shire’s latest strategic ...

[quote=michaelgm]Using the Mudgee line as example, after reopening. IIRC, excluding heritage services, there was only 1 revenue train. And I believe that was an empty car movement by LVRF, from Rothbu ...

[quote=speedemon08][quote]The tender documents I cannot find online but I assume the operator would need to build the traffic opportunities for the line. Young would in my mind at least have traffic ...

A78, which is sitting up at SSR's Bendigo North Workshops providing a nice home for the local spiders.
Gman_86


Will probably need an environmental impact statement to come back into se ...

Posted 02 Jan 2021 21:35 in Victoria by james.au

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla]Funny that they constantly maintain that all their Covid decisions are based on advice from 'medical experts' implying that politics and votes are not a consideration (believe th ...

Posted 02 Jan 2021 09:20 in Victoria by james.au

I cannot understand the problem of Ballarat if sufficient funds are allocated.

Z VAN
This is the first problem

The second is the disruption that will no doubt arise during construct ...

It was originally built for the standard gauge
hbedriver
By any chance, was the class named 'S' for standard gauge?

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla]So for anyone unfamiliar with some of the more esoteric jargon spoken in NSW:

Central Coast = Short North = Metrop to Newcastle (all one and the same) ??

NCL = Newcastle in ...

Posted 22 Dec 2020 00:01 in Victoria by james.au

And as of Sunday, GrainCorp in Victoria has received 3.22mt of grain.  Massive year for Victoria.

Posted 21 Dec 2020 11:06 in Queensland by james.au

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]Makes one wonder when/if the Adani mine will be “paused”. China stopping imports of thermal coal, scores of loaded ships full of it floating around going nowhere; could Ad ...

Posted 21 Dec 2020 10:56 in Victoria by james.au

Sorry for the lateness on this - GrainCorp reported 2.7mt receivals in upcountry Victoria as of 14 December 2020.  Ill get the updated number later today when they release.

What is the commercial side of this?  Who wears the extra running costs to come up through the metro network and back down to PtK?  Who pays for the track to be restored?  Is there some sort of fault  ...

[quote=bevans][quote][quote]Inland Rail just got another $5.5b from McCormick. https://t.co/1wnd4Gz16U?amp=1

He is certainly and thankfully handing out the dollars for rail today.[/quote]I suspect ...

[quote=Jack Le Lievre]One thing that I have discovered that is not being made with big fanfare is the fact that the Newell Hwy has been receiving funds to upgrade it in direct competition to Inland Ra ...

Posted 16 Dec 2020 19:33 in Victoria by james.au

[quote=ozfreight][quote]Murray Basin Rail Project Mark2 gets funding:

https://www.stockandland.com.au/story/7057363/federal-basin-rail-rescue-package/?cs=4786

A few other interesting bits and piec ...

Posted 16 Dec 2020 19:11 in Victoria by james.au

[quote=justarider][quote]Could Ararat-Maryborough (if set up well) theoretically handle all the trains that could operate on the Mildura/Sea Lake/Manangatang lines as SG?[/quote]Thus removing guage co ...

Posted 16 Dec 2020 19:08 in Victoria by james.au

The original Business Case never envisaged Maryborough-Ararat to be part of the long term route - that was always Maryborough-Ballarat-Gheringhap.  So no loops mentioned there at all.  The current min ...



James, I worked over several unfenced lines on more than enough occasions, and both Sheep and Cattle would eat a lot of stuff from the railway lines, sheep being the worst.

a6et
I do ...

[quote=bevans][quote][quote]Inland Rail just got another $5.5b from McCormick. https://t.co/1wnd4Gz16U?amp=1

He is certainly and thankfully handing out the dollars for rail today.[/quote]I suspect ...

Posted 16 Dec 2020 15:34 in Victoria by james.au

Could Ararat-Maryborough (if set up well) theoretically handle all the trains that could operate on the Mildura/Sea Lake/Manangatang lines as SG?

Inland Rail just got another $5.5b from McCormick. https://t.co/1wnd4Gz16U?amp=1

He is certainly and thankfully handing out the dollars for rail today.

bevans

I suspect this is just t ...

Posted 16 Dec 2020 12:10 in Victoria by james.au

[quote=NSWGR8022]James can i please ask wat is the ARTC interface work?

• Better interface with ARTC network

Review and implement ETO

Development of DTPOS

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Local pigeons and seagulls may help with the cleanup! Lot of fat birds around methinks.

Cleaning up he spill though means the grain is likely only good for stock feed, and will need t ...

Posted 16 Dec 2020 11:35 in Victoria by james.au

[color=#000000][size=3][font=Calibri, sans-serif][color=#111111][size=2][font=Verdana, sans-serif]Ok, if its just what is in the executive summary then this is what it gets:[/font][/size][/color][font ...

Posted 16 Dec 2020 09:26 in Victoria by james.au

Well this is not what I'd expected for the end of 2020 to bring.  

I do hope that there is money for the SG through Ballarat to cut the travel time/distance down.  That is key to increasing product ...

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