Hunter Valley Railway Trust- A Tragedy waiting to happen?

 
  Yawn Station Master

Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
I don't like the sound of this.




https://youtu.be/MN-x1WH5JTg




I spent far too long in the court system. I can almost tell you what the outcome  of the court proceedings will be.


If Huntlee wins, they will probably just bulldoze it all into a heap then call Sims in to collect and send the scraps off to japan.

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  apw5910 Chief Commissioner
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
Isn’t that also the location of R766?
  Carnot Minister for Railways

Surely the council or Govt can impose a heritage overlay or something?
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
A council going against a housing developer?  Ha ha pull the other one!
  freightgate Minister for Railways

Location: Albury, New South Wales
Councils on the take, never.
  james.au Minister for Railways

Location: Sydney, NSW
Pretty sure that GoFund me youve found is for a completley different heritage rail organisation.
  dm211060 Station Master

OK so this guy is so committed to the Hunter's rail heritage that he sentences seven 10 class tanks to their doom at Dorrigo rather than accept offers that might have actually preserved some of them, while hanging on to various carriages which while nice to have arent unique and in most cases don't have particular Hunter associations ... right
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
Gunzel question! And a very important one at that.
What are the 2 ex Aurizon bricks doing there ontop of East Coast Heritage rail's x54? Any idea owns them? Just storage?
  Milepost Beginner

Gunzel question! And a very important one at that.
What are the 2 ex Aurizon bricks doing there ontop of East Coast Heritage rail's x54? Any idea owns them? Just storage?
Dangersdan707
Why do you assume they are ex-Aurizon?
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
Gunzel question! And a very important one at that.
What are the 2 ex Aurizon bricks doing there ontop of East Coast Heritage rail's x54? Any idea owns them? Just storage?
Why do you assume they are ex-Aurizon?
Milepost
Perhaps because one is in interrail livery with their logos on it and the other is a renumbered '22 class with ARG logos on it... pretty safe to assume.
  james.au Minister for Railways

Location: Sydney, NSW
Gunzel question! And a very important one at that.
What are the 2 ex Aurizon bricks doing there ontop of East Coast Heritage rail's x54? Any idea owns them? Just storage?
Why do you assume they are ex-Aurizon?
Perhaps because one is in interrail livery with their logos on it and the other is a renumbered '22 class with ARG logos on it... pretty safe to assume.
Dangersdan707
Not safe at all.

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