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safeworking

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Posted 24 Feb 2019 16:27 in New South Wales by safeworking

I had a fast look at the scope of services for this study and it is quite comprehensive. It is to look at all of the Cowra lines including out to Grenfell and Eugowra. The costs of reinstating each se ...

Judging from the picture, only cars and light vans would fit in the tunnel and any vehicles would need guide wheels fitted to use it.  With these limitations plus the electric vehicle-one limitation m ...

Historically the Sydney based exporters and importers have worked the limit Newcastle's expansion for their own benefit.  This was often done with political pressure on the NSW government to develop   ...

This announcement is one of the best ones since Shirley shut down Enfield and kicked out RTM to Thirlmere all those decades ago.  Realistically neither Eveleigh nor Broadmeadow offer anything like the ...

ARTC's reply is interesting. They plan capacity upgrades when the industry provides sound estimates of expected tonnages plus a timeline for when these come on-stream. This would happen once a new min ...

[quote=Lockspike]Hmm, interesting.

Along with A end and YM, I thought, "What's the point(?)" (pun unintended), but upon looking further I like the simplicity of the motor and actuating mechanism. We ...

[quote=x31]Did the ACT Government consider using a battery powered TRAM for the Canberra Network?

Should they have?

[url=/news/s/transport-for-west-midlands-to-purchase-50-new-batterypowered-tra ...

This story needs watching.  There will be more going on than appears in the article. This company sends the scrap metal flow to Sydney which Espee managed to get onto rail for a year or so. I believe  ...

Some proposals here for additional metro lines involve branching from existing lines. Many existing and planned metro system favour independent lines which intersect at transfer stations. I suppose th ...

The key to this medium fast train proposal is going to be route re-alignment coupled with the amount of funds that can be screwed out of state and federal coffers. The latter issue will determine the  ...

The reason 6029 had two diesels is that 4403 is not powerful enough to lift 6029 plus the train on a 1 in 40 grade.  The diesels were powered for two reasons, there were concerns about water usage and ...

[quote=Bevan Wall]A guy I know was able to acquire some parts of the last batch of NSWGR 36 class locos to be scrapped.

He has them stashed away siince then but is now in the process of moving homes ...

3013 (I think) is also in pieces, having been brought down from Cowra a few years ago.  I noticed Boyd Munro hosing down 3112 yesterday so he is still very interested in the loco.

Posted 03 Mar 2013 20:35 in Tasmania by safeworking

The current issue of Railway Herald, a UK E-magazine, is reporting that a joint  Commonwealth - Tasmanian Governments rescue package worth $7.5 million is proposed for the WCWR.  I have not seen any o ...

Posted 25 Feb 2013 15:28 in New South Wales by safeworking

I visited the Rothbury site on 13 February and found no-one associated with the Museum there, although there was a generator running to supply power to one of the cars.  The only person there was a fi ...

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