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meh

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The printing on the Indigenous liveries looks brilliant, and it's only partially completed.

Interesting to note the 422's will have the option of two different prime movers; didn't these all have 1 ...

Thanks to all the replies Re: RUB car windows; to be clear I wasn't suggesting Auscision (or Eureka) got the colour tint of the windows wrong and apologies if it came across that way), but was purely  ...

The RUB Cars look great from what I've seen of them (including a video of a Candy 442 leading a late 80s Candy RUB set).

What's everyone's thoughts on the green windows of the earlier sets?

Just got a notification from Australia post that a package from Auscision is on its way.

Guessing the RUB sets have arrived and are being shipped out.

Latest edition of Eureka Times released today. RH 4 wheel cement hoppers due May.
From where can it be accessed. I can't locate it on their web site.
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[quote=davesvline]I also noticed via the above posts link, the Auscision release on April 6th of the NSW BDX wagon.

It has a remarkable resemblance to the Victorian ELX and derivatives. However from ...

Hi all,

Seems a few PN G class locos have apparently been converted from broad to standard gauge recently.

Just wondering if anybody knows or would have a list of G Class locos and their current ...

[quote=Poath Junction][img]https://www.southernrailmodels.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/BAUY-base-768x72.jpg[/img]

Blog update 4/2/19 [url=https://www.southernrailmodels.com.au/blog/4th-fe ...

Posted 11 Dec 2018 09:57 in Model Railways - General Discussions by meh

[quote=brissim]And I think has been said a number of times now, you do not need a Facebook account in order to read the manufactures FB page.

You only need a FB account if you want to post anything ...

70%; most of my wrong answers were Queensland and Pilbara related, thought the 165 tonne 90 class also threw me.

Nice one M636C!

What impresses me the most about these are the roof details:

[url=https://flic.kr/p/2bgcsGc]https://flic.kr/p/2bgcsGc

No more running lengths of tape over the roof to get that 'Malthoid' effec ...

[quote=M636C][quote]The photos have been uploaded to the Australia Model Rail Facebook group; you need to be logged in and a member of the group to view the post. As [i]Poath[/i] mentioned however the ...

The photos have been uploaded to the Australia Model Rail Facebook group; you need to be logged in and a member of the group to view the post. As Poath mentioned however they are bound to appea ...

[quote=cityrail-rulez][quote]The RKKY wagons were made by Hawkmount Models. Not sure if their website is still around but a Google search shows their products are still available from Australia Modell ...

[left]Also available from Hobbyland at Hornsby:[/left]

[left][url=https://www.hobbylandaustralia.com.au/shop/trains/hawksmount-rkkf-steel-wagon-3-pack-html/]https://www.hobbylandaustralia.com.au/sh ...

The RKKY wagons were made by Hawkmount Models. Not sure if their website is still around but a Google search shows their products are still available from Australia Modeller in Seven Hills.

Here's one i was discussing with my wife whilst looking at 42103 at Central over the weekend.

With these classes (421, 422, 442), how are their numbers pronounced?

Using 42103 as an example, I ...

Posted 21 Aug 2018 13:33 in Western Australia by meh

[quote=bevans]Not so recent was the Lismore Victoria derailment https://www.railpage.com.au/gallery?album=2702 where NR33 was written off. Train would have been travelling at track speed a lot faster ...

Thanks for the responses.

They used to be used in blocks between Kandos and Clyde.

Compare the differences:

NPRY Wagon:

[url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/83791520@N00/38740452404]https://ww ...

Hi all,

Does anybody know of the current whereabouts of the NPHH cement hopper fleet? I recall they used to be used on the Kandos cement services that ceased in 2011, and have not seen them on ceme ...



You really believe they were "originally supposed to be loads on the car carriers" and nothing more?
Poath Junction


I recall them being originally advertised as being loads for the c ...

I'm sure they've done just fine from this run.

Only trouble is most of the liveries went pretty quickly so it'll be hard to decide which ones to rerun if the factories new policy is higher quantiti ...

They are expensive for what they were built for!  
comtrain


Actually good-point Rod.

As far as model cars go they are reasonable; however as you mention they were originally suppos ...

[quote=Poath Junction]Cars are here! [url=http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/Vehicles.htm]http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/Vehicles.htm[/quote]

Some have made quips about them being expensive.

Lo ...

48' and 20' side-door Containers now showing as available:

[url=http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/48 Foot Container.htm]48 Foot Containers

[url=http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/20 Foot Side Doo ...

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