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ssaunders

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Private trip so a good time get outdoors for a photo.

22 August, 5917 Branxton to Tamworth returns the next day.

[quote=nswtrains][quote][quote][quote]As an additional note about the R cars - some were refitted with Beclawat windows from the single deck electric cars. The Macquarie Valley Railways Society bought ...

[quote=nswtrains][quote]As an additional note about the R cars - some were refitted with Beclawat windows from the single deck electric cars. The Macquarie Valley Railways Society bought three of them ...

Posted 04 Jun 2020 13:40 in New South Wales by ssaunders

Looks like SSR grain train, split over two sidings, backing side swiped itself.

Perhaps Bingley Hall can update us, he's quick normally to report on such things.

[quote=DCook]One other thing I should have said, I really doubt THNSW is in a position to be able to restore it, there is an immense lack of communication between the board and volunteers, between the ...

Posted 21 May 2020 17:00 in New South Wales by ssaunders

From yesterday, I heard a report of an empty grain train backing into a rake of empty grain wagons at Parkes. Possibly wagons written off and other repairable but not usable.

Does anyone have any o ...

3801 went for a run today and two days ago. From info received, next Wednesday to Newcastle and Cowan bank.

Tourist rail will also have to look at paid staffing levels, already rumors THNSW is going to look at staffing levels. Not good but the whole country is heading the same direction.

If you're in the southwest of NSW try Goulburn area perhaps. The Roundhouse or CFCLA workshop.

Transport will be the killer.

The bridge one is Brisbane, Indooroopilly

Second is Werris Creek.

Apparently in the interests of "safety" RTBU have staff sitting in the ONRSR Melbourne branch office. You only need to visit the ONRSR office to see the RTBU logo on the wall.

Weather permitting, Wed on the loop line and Fri to Moss Vale.

And while Qube and Tamworth Council are looking at their navels Crawfords got the permissions, built and is operating a terminal at a town down the road.

Things are easier without govt money and Co ...

So this will be another test in the yard
DCook


I think might visiting the scale for a weigh in before it goes to Thirlmere later this month.

Steam up today, might even been seen from the Hume Highway side as it might move over that side for some checking.

Steaming today.....

[quote=hbedriver]An intelligent tourist aware town would welcome the steam train, even if it meant losing 0.0001% of their town water supplies (say 20,000 litres once only per trip). Which is probably ...

A good cause, many of the Thirlmere workshop workers live int eh area as well so a win win.

I seriously doubt Thirlmere is in a position to return 1243 to service. Don't get me wrong they would want the loco for sure but they are already looking at third party assistance for another large en ...

Isn't it supposed to move in steam end of this week according to one guy?

ss

Sometime in January 2020 unless there are fire bans.
nswtrains


The fires have made it not  ...

Isn't it supposed to move in steam end of this week according to one guy?

ss

Lets hope the 11/11 test run reveals all is well. What a fiasco and poor management throughout.

I notice the brokers site has been updated the locos removed.

[quote=menangletrains]Attending the October Long Weekend Sydney M..........

And since then the hobby- has Grown, and has been moved from Venue to Venue. Liverpool has been most peoples favourite ve ...

The venue is certainly superior to the Liverpool site.

I think the larger hall made the numbers of people seem smaller, nice wide walkways were certainly an improvement. For those who complained it ...

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