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Posted 27 May 2019 14:25 in General by mikesyd

Woodford died Yesterday - 26 May 2019.

See this thread.

https://www.railpage.com.au/f-p2146193.htm#2146193

Woodford did warn us of this.

https://www.railpage.com.au/f-t11399288.htm

And the Herald Sun notices reveal that he died at Violet Town yesterday - 26 May 2019

http://tributes.heraldsu ...

Posted 17 Apr 2019 22:24 in Railpage Australia™ by mikesyd

As the one who probably started this, I might explain what happened for those ‘in the dark’.

Back on April 8, freightgate started a new News Forum topic, which contained a brief statemen ...

Posted 17 Apr 2019 17:06 in Test Forum by mikesyd

Edited document in Word, then copy and paste to RP post.

Paste then highlight and click 'remove formatting' button

mikesyd

Good, gets the minute formatting back to normal size.

Posted 17 Apr 2019 17:03 in Test Forum by mikesyd

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It's an exciting time for steam lovers when this goes down.  There will be so many people around how will anyone get near it Smile
bevans
Plenty of places between Cheyenne and Ogden (about ...

Posted 16 Apr 2019 19:22 in Railpage Australia™ by mikesyd

[quote=dthead]Thanks to Lowdnesj515, SinickleBird & j3z3z for their positive contribution.

for those delighting in telling others to read the linked article, please ensure you read moderator notes ...

[quote=woodford]According to UP 4014 will be in Ogden somewhere around March 9th and 10th, and will double heading back with 844.

Details from UP..................

[url=https://www.up.com/herita ...

[quote=x31]Really a big deal for rail in USA.

For those who are following it seems kind of strange the original track the lines connected at the point is no longer in service and the area has been ...

Posted 16 Apr 2019 15:36 in The Lounge by mikesyd

[quote=lsrailfan]The French President has insisted that they will indeed rebuild it, and they will be [b]setting up a fund to do so[/b], quite a lot of the priceless artifacts were saved by quick thin ...

Posted 16 Apr 2019 11:54 in The Lounge by mikesyd

Donald was unaffected, just suggested that they should have used Water Bombers. Oh yeah, the force of the drop would have demolished the place, not to mention the 'collateral damage' if they missed th ...

I am surprised that the RRA haven't issued a press release about the return of Passenger Trains to Mildura and Murrayville, claiming that it was as a result of their work. They probably have no ...

8143 and the AK cars made it to Murrayville at the weekend, the full length even, right to the mound of earth at 582km - the end of the line.

According to the Hairyleg Google Earth overlays, the station and a triangle, was located just south of the intersection of Geham Station Road and Faust Street, beyond the back fence of the property th ...

I did say it should go quickly, and I was right, yes it's about 5km West of Newstead, being the remains of the former bridge over Joyces Creek, looking East, which is just upstream of its junct ...

This one should also go rather quickly, and RustyRick has agreed not to participate unless invited!!

https://flic.kr/p/2dKDipb

It took a lot of time, I was first thinking Derwent Valley again, but not so many buildings about.

So, west of Burnie I went, and found an old platform (minus the portable advertising trailer), a p ...

Posted 12 Apr 2019 22:05 in Victoria by mikesyd

[quote=Richard stroker]This maybe a little side topic to pimms post , during the period pimm has mentioned most of the heavier bg horsepower locos went to PN , and now they are scrapping them .

How ...

AK cars heading to Maryborough this morning...…………….
Chance of a Maryborough-Ararat line speed increase or am I being a bit optimistic? Smile
potatoinmymouth
ARTC TA ...

Posted 12 Apr 2019 10:10 in The Lounge by mikesyd

You have to wonder about WikiLeaks though - all the 'music' has been about Assange, yet video of his Lawyer speaking in London has the Editor in Chief of WikiLeaks (Kristinn Hrafnsson) standing beside ...

Posted 12 Apr 2019 00:26 in The Lounge by mikesyd

I don't think Sweden ever charged him, rather they were investigating and asked the UK to extradite him, and he skipped bail as a result - and its that charge that the UK has him on. I think that Swed ...

Posted 11 Apr 2019 23:04 in The Lounge by mikesyd

The real reason that he fled to the Embassy was that he heard that the RRA were after him to be their PR spokesman.

Posted 11 Apr 2019 18:36 in The Lounge by mikesyd

[quote=Donald]Is it over yet?

80% of people have already decided how they will vote, the other 20% can't make up their mind whether to vote informal or for one of the fringe dwelling nutjobs - As o ...

Perhaps they should go back to alighting in the lagoon and introduce one of these (yes its no doubt a photoshopped pic).

https://binged.it/2VysDWD

Posted 07 Apr 2019 13:56 in Victoria by mikesyd

[quote=bevans][quote][quote]So grain is flowing on the SG. Anything out to Murrayville as yet?[/quote]

Grain is moved to and from where the customer requests it. Not where gunzels want to see it Razz[ ...

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