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Posted 19 Oct 2019 03:55 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]I'm hearing a Brexit deal has been done!! signed off by all the appropriate parties, it is yet to be ratified by the House of Commons however.[/quote]Good news, but have we got ...

Posted 19 Oct 2019 03:49 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]In what way did Gillard scuttle a once in a century windfall from iron ore. I thought Howard did that by giving the windfall away via middle class welfare.

I am amused by ...

[quote=RTT_Rules]As a matter of course, most industries remove redundant equipment or things that will cost them money over longterm.

The Western Metro will see a reduction in express services on t ...

Posted 17 Oct 2019 21:08 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]It's interesting to look back over the Labor Party.

Since Chifley, there have only been three ALP Leaders with what one might call a commanding presence - Whitlam, Hawke a ...

[quote=cityrail-rulez]Yes, Townsville certainly did have a portside rail which was closed in the 1990's along with Cairns, Gladstone, Mackay and Bowen portside rail lines! As for Brisbane's portside l ...

Posted 16 Oct 2019 06:33 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote][quote]Scomo doesn't get it!! he was asked simple questions this morning on the AJ Program, and responded with complete gobbdly gook! , can we please have another Election now? ...

Posted 14 Oct 2019 09:50 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=Carnot]I agree with their cause. But their hypocrisy and idiocy is telling, and they're in bed with the Communists and other assorted nutters. That will backfire.

Meanwhile, the founder of ...

Posted 14 Oct 2019 09:47 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=Donald]Learnt something?

Superglue (toxin) on their hands.

PVC over their arms when linked together.

Plants in plastic pots.

Plastic milk crates (Stolen?).

Synthetic clothing.

Plastic ...

Posted 14 Oct 2019 04:21 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=RTT_Rules]Aaron, like so much of the CC issue, debate, so much is pure bull #$^, that the credible scientists are all too often smothered by the others, all with their own agendas. All of which ...

[quote=Poath Junction][img]https://scontent.fmel5-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/71964226_2704275229606398_3217937554275827712_n.jpg?_nc_cat=100&_nc_oc=AQl26tlh6xZp2PaFAneV-HDi0XYk75YxJQh2AEj-xvbi6V ...

[quote=a6et]When one looks at the outward buckled rails one can well imagine the heat that was generated in the fires, not just with the burning sleepers but more so the heat in the air around the lin ...

Posted 08 Oct 2019 14:23 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]And just rambling for a moment, Don would be better of the with the username Pol Pot. Lets face it the Killing Fields was just an exercise in making sure the elite - you know ...

Posted 01 Oct 2019 21:16 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=don_dunstan][quote]No, you are one eyed and the other is 95% closed. You don't give a F about the House following the legal Parliamentary process, the rights for MP's to reject any legislation ...

Posted 26 Sep 2019 22:29 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=don_dunstan]Despite the fact that the Gold Coast QLD could seemingly be flooded by climate change any moment there's still squillions of dollars being invested in Queensland. Here's a skyscrape ...

[quote=craigfitz1][quote]Several factors in NSW are driving these extra rail services from regional nsw but the fact remains that the xplorers and endeavours give the liberal government a chance to ex ...

[quote=simstrain][quote]My understanding is that the XPT power cars are worn out to the point of being sometimes beyond repair or beyond repair within the required timeframe.

The UK HST units have ...

Posted 26 Sep 2019 22:13 in New South Wales by nswtrains

[quote=simstrain]Bomaderry is the most obvious for electrification since that track is under Sydney trains control. Bathurst is also an option for electrification but don't expect anything south of ma ...

Posted 26 Sep 2019 22:06 in New South Wales by nswtrains

[quote=M636C][quote]OK, so now a potted history.

1. In the early days, coal from the Burragorang (Warragamba), Oakdale and The Oaks mines was transported by (small) truck to the coal loader at Nare ...

Posted 25 Sep 2019 20:58 in New South Wales by nswtrains

[quote=simstrain]New trains will be bi-modal.

https://www.facebook.com/prime7newswagga/videos/669678596886493/

Expect electrification to Bomaderry to be announced soon as well and also expect an ...

[quote=c3526blue][quote][quote]Endeavours and Xplorers could still be used for certain services but the XPT's are definitely life expired and will be retired.[/quote]They are all being replaced by the ...

Endeavours and Xplorers could still be used for certain services but the XPT's are definitely life expired and will be retired.
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They are all being replaced by the new CAF train ...

Posted 26 Aug 2019 15:54 in The Lounge by nswtrains

[quote=bevans][quote]Agree with the review wasted by christ, Joel Wilson should NOT be umpiring. He is either past it or there is match fixing involved. Numerous decisions this series by him just have ...

[quote=M636C][i][color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI, ]A vast amount of motive power would need to be replaced. All of the 3700 3800 7100 and BMA electric locos probably cannot be converted ...

[quote=Alphatron]India has an ongoing program to convert all of its remaining metre gauge lines to Broad Gauge (1676mm or 5ft ). Here is an you tube video showing process of converting one section of ...

[quote=nswtrains][quote]I'm not one for re opening old lines like casino to murwillumbah and most on here know that but the line to bourke is flat and straight and strategically placed on the darling, ...

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