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Posted 17 May 2022 16:25 in General by kitchgp

It's only one person from Ballarat to Ararat. He doesn't say where the other six that joined The Overland at Ararat came from.

Posted 16 May 2022 19:41 in Victoria by kitchgp

Other sources of freight might be containers for Melbourne from southern NSW, eg Bega and Bombala. All depends on how the numbers stack up.

Posted 15 May 2022 21:35 in Victoria by kitchgp

The twice-daily V/Line coach service to Mansfield doesn't go via the Hume Freeway. Melbourne - Yea is either via Lilydale & Glenburn or Whittlesea & Flowerdale. Something like, AM Down via Glenburn an ...

Posted 14 May 2022 13:47 in The Political Soapbox by kitchgp

If Clive Palmer wins a Senate seat, they'll have to fit one of those rail bed thingys, discussed in the Queensland forum, to the cross-benches. Previously, when he did turn up, he couldn't stay awake.

Posted 13 May 2022 13:51 in Victoria by kitchgp

How much would shunting at Bosworth Road interfere with Bairnsdale? The siding has some signalling.

Does the platform at Bairnsdale need extending?

The thread title causes confusion. This should be in the 50 level crossings to be removed thread.


Posted 05 May 2022 18:13 in Trams and Light Rail by kitchgp

Presumably it will be about a 2-for-3 replacement, similar to, for example, those in Collins Street or Bourke Street. At roughly $10 million a throw, one assumes each stop will service both directions ...

Minus the 'r'.

[quote=don_dunstan]You think that's bad: The Warburton Rail Trail was a veritable smorgasbord of consultants' fees, reports, impact statements, more reports. As detailed by the [url=https://www.planni ...

That may be the case. But this particular article raises more questions than it answers. For example, on what basis is the Federal government giving the company $48 million (apart from the fact it may ...


Is the plant buying the waste, accepting it free of charge or charging to dispose of it? Who exactly is expected to fund the delivery? The article talks about suppliers signing 25-year contracts. If i ...

Alvie it is.

1. Alvie. Opened 1923. Closed 1954.

2. Overnighted 1 Nov 1934. Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester. Governor-General of Australia 1945 - 1947. 3rd son of King George V. Apparently caught ...

It's been a requirement for some years now. From memory there are signs on the ground at the Down end of the Down platform and the Up end of the Up platform at most stations about no bikes in the fron ...

Not [1] Cudgewa, Casterton, Morkalla, Port Fairy, [2] Ballarat Racecourse or Warburton.

1. The terminus of a branch line closed more than 40 years ago.

2. Visited by the Royal Train.

3. It didn€ ...

As far as rail goes, the move may boost the case for an inland port for the Geelong area, but that’s someone else’s baby, not TT-Line’s.

Electioneering? Doesn't appear to have State approval.

Not Cudgewa, Casterton, Morkalla or Port Fairy.

1. The terminus of a branch line closed more than 40 years ago.

2. Visited by the Royal Train.

Hand-in-hand with the move, Spirit of Tasmania I & II (Length 192m, Gross Tonnage 30,000) are being replaced by Spirit of Tasmania IV & V (Length 212m, Gross Tonnage 48,000). Under construction now an ...

In summer there are some additional daytime crossings, although you'd still only need one coach.

There's no rail at Station Pier. It's a roll on roll off operation. Freight is on a trailer (at least). You'd have to transship the rail freight onto some sort of wheeled vehicle. At least some of the ...

A 24-seat shuttle bus with trailer to or from your local northern Geelong station of choice should do the trick.


1. The terminus of a branch line closed more than 40 years ago.

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