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Posted 04 Nov 2020 18:50 in Tasmania by tasrail

This unit retained its previous cab and standard MU equipment so the recent use does not involve any remote control equipment. Part of its intended use was on services where only one TR was required f ...

Posted 16 May 2020 18:29 in Tasmania by tasrail

There was an article with photos in the September 2002 (#218) issue of Tasmanian Rail News Magazine

Stuart

Posted 24 Feb 2020 19:05 in Tasmania by tasrail

12 to 14 June 1982 was the cut-over weekend, although ballast trains did run before this, possibly push-pull from the southern end where there was turnout connection until 1983. Any movements beyond t ...

That was a good day, although more spectacular from the ground than on-board the train. I'd be one of the heads on the train but can't tell which

Most of the passengers (myself included) got off at ...

Posted 03 Mar 2019 18:48 in Tasmania by tasrail

By the look of it, it is just decoration on the hoarding to try and distract people from yet another empty shop

Some of the captions are dubious (where they even tried) and no attempt made to credi ...

A map like this may offer some assistance - http://carto.metro.free.fr/cartes/metro-tram-london/  - it does show the track manager

If you are prepared to accept sub-surface trains rather than just  ...

Has anybody experienced issues or problems with their non sound 48 class after fitting a DCC decoder.
qldchook
Yep. I've put a couple of NCE D16MTC decoders in three locos and even after ...

937 is now part of the PepperGreen Farm complex at North Bendigo (just opposite the current tram terminus). It appears to be the on-site tea rooms and function space

It was in place in April 2018 b ...

Posted 23 Apr 2018 18:37 in Tasmania by tasrail

[quote=X32]Well my last question was obviously too hard so I will wait to see what archives comes up with.

In the meantime a simpler question. I can see in some photos that there was at one time wh ...

Last time I was there I just got the expensive bus. Same mob who runs them in Melbourne, bought a return ticket online before I left. Lot of slow driving through pretty normal suburbs but the city loo ...

Posted 14 Feb 2017 18:48 in Tasmania by tasrail

Derwent Valley Railway, New Norfolk (open Wed. afternoons or Saturdays - Driscolls bus to north side of the river).
12CSVT
They are actually "O'Driscoll Coaches" and these services/websi ...

Posted 14 Feb 2017 18:42 in Tasmania by tasrail

The topic was covered in some detail in the November 1999 and February 2000 issues of Tasmanian Rail News, including photos

Dry Creek Station is before the yard proper, so the trip to Mawson Lakes/Mawson Interchange is worthwhile for the passing view (plus it has a much higher train frequency).

Also Kilburn has a good v ...

Powerline 8177 in Freight Rail blue livery. Dual motor, genuine Kadee couplers fitted and pilot filled. In original box. Also included is a pack of matching RP25 profile wheels (no traction tyres) tha ...

Posted 03 Aug 2016 18:56 in Tasmania by tasrail

Was there one between Deloraine and Railton say 20 years ago?
RTT_Rules
Dunorlan (KPW86.0) was a maintenance siding up until PN times at least

I’d agree with the suggestion re TRN 235. Also the Stokes articles in the January & February 1990 Bulletins have details of the passenger cars

Differences in capacities could be accounted for the ...

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[i]Hanovale NQJX container wagon kit (Cut down NOBX for Sydney trip train / spoil traffic)[/i]

[i]This is primarily the one piece deck casting and original instructions. The other b ...

Posted 24 Sep 2014 19:03 in Tasmania by tasrail

PT1 and PT2 were dual braked in the 1930s for operation with either diesel or steam railcars.

At least two FFL wagons had dual brakes in the 1980s and were stencilled as such. DB6 definitely had bo ...

My two orange/grey G class and an AN liveried BL arrived today. I'd not heard anything but rang them only about a month ago re ordering another product and sorted it all out then

Posted 15 Jun 2014 19:16 in Tasmania by tasrail

[quote=DQ2004]After checking I can confirm you are quite correct, they were taken in April. I don't know what date precisely but I'm sure that will be around somewhere.

I know it was between the 6th ...

Posted 14 Jun 2014 19:25 in Tasmania by tasrail

M5 on a show day special I think this was taken in 1999
DQ2004


TTMS didn't ever do any show day trains as that wasn't the business model.

In 1999 there were suburban shuttles in Apr ...

If you don't have any luck, send me an email and I'll make sure it gets passed on. I am on the organising committee but Brian & Bob look after that side of things

Stuart

Posted 15 Feb 2014 19:57 in Tasmania by tasrail

Just south of Sorell Springs Road crossing?

Certainly this area has a tree and power line in about the right spot, plus the road cutting and bright green trees are similar

Stuart

Posted 06 Jan 2014 19:16 in Tasmania by tasrail

No, not them. I'm fairly sure when I lived in Tas during 90's. I'm fairly certain I saw container wagons with log arms that could fold up or down.
RTT_Rules


Would have been QN65 then.  ...

Posted 06 Jan 2014 19:04 in Tasmania by tasrail

Regardless, I also seem to recall an earlier experiment with "log containers" when the 'QN's were first converted from the 'FE's.
12CSVT


Try 1988, so well before the QN conversions!
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