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JGS

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Right. Enough of the demands. Information will be released when the organisations that are involved determine is the right time.

I'm watching. Carefully. A sense of entitlement is not appropriate.

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Mod note:

Lose the acronyms. They're pretentious and esoteric.

Please rewrite this in language that everyone can understand.

Thanks,

Matt

To clarify, before the sooking begins, if you want something for nothing; if you expect information to be provided, so you can get pics, but you do nothing to support the preservation movement or the  ...

Sadly, the rail enthusiast movement has plenty of examples of people who ate happy to take pictures without contributing to help keep the trains running. I'm not talking about the majority of people w ...

Posted 20 Dec 2013 08:18 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by JGS

From the above-mentioned article;

"The organisation, 3801 Ltd, is named for the first locomotive entirely constructed in Australia."

LOL! There may have been one or two Aussie-built locos built  ...

Here's a gen-you-wine photo, as the site was being assessed for the recovery.

*cough*

[url=http://s478.photobucket.com/user/jollygreenslugg/media/Smash_zps3dccc919.jpg.html][img]http://i ...

That's ridiculously good!

This may just be the best route I've ever seen!

Cheers,

Matt

Posted 27 Nov 2013 16:53 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by JGS

[quote=jmt]The fact is that a "company" owned by the Chinese State has [b]fragrantly [/b]certified a product as asbestos free.

Why should we not question all product that originates from that coun ...

Posted 19 Nov 2013 12:08 in The Lounge by JGS

Folks,

Thread tidied. My concern is that personally identifiable material has been posted, so I've removed the personal information relating to the two people mentioned.

Cheers,

Matt

Perhaps someone was thinking about the nearby tram terminus. Mind you, it closed seventy three years before the shopping centre opened.

Posted 25 Sep 2013 15:30 in MSTS General Discussions by JGS

Theres a N Class over at train sim
X'Trapoils 100


Thank you.

This information may have been of interest to the original poster, back when he posted the initial post in 2003. I don't ...

Posted 21 Sep 2013 09:04 in Operators by JGS

Oh yeah, I forgot to come back with the info the other day!

A new company has been formed. Don Diego Holdings Pty Ltd (ACN 165 204 651), registered on 7 Aug 13.  Place of business is listed as 54A  ...

Posted 15 Sep 2013 20:12 in Sydney Suburban by JGS

Is an Electronic Asset Identification tag anything like an AEI tag? As in, an Automatic Equipment Identification tag?

Posted 11 Sep 2013 08:29 in Operators by JGS

Interesting bit of news on the way. It seems that a new bunch of companies have not long been registered, with certain details in common with earlier companies. I'll get the details together and post  ...

Nope. No chance at all.

Cheers,

Matt

Graham,

I accept and respect your position. I'm talking from someone who is involved in the maintenance, servicing, and rebuilding of diesel locomotives. From that perspective, it's hard to get att ...

Fabulous, thanks Calgully!

Cheers,

Matt

Posted 25 Jul 2013 14:23 in Locomotives and Rolling Stock by JGS

Privately-owned. Stored awaiting its future. The damage occurred before the loco came to Junee.

Cheers,

Matt

Interesting.

your a sick man seriously WTF and your a moderater of a fourm of rail enthusiasts seriously??
sar602


Let's have a look at this, shall we? I won't dissect the spelling o ...

Posted 19 Jul 2013 13:17 in South Australia by JGS

Heath,

You do realise that any alterations to rail infrastructure is undertaken to certain standards? You do understand that is inspected to ensure that it is within appropriate specifications?


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Moving this to the Armchair Operator's forum. Foam away at will, over there.

Cheers,

Matt

No.

If the putative investors come up with untold millions to reactivate creaky rail lines through the middle of nowhere, to serve almost nobody and pander to some unrealistic fantasies, then they  ...

I enjoy seeing pics like this. Old locos being chopped; good to see. No longer of value to the owners, and of no practical use anywhere else in Australia.

Cheers,

Matt

Posted 12 Jul 2013 22:14 in Operators by JGS

[quote=nswtrains]This guy should be allowed to express his opinion. There should be an absolute right to freedom of speech in this country. Slander/libel laws only exist to protect the rich and powerf ...

Posted 10 Jul 2013 21:29 in Sightings by JGS

Why? I was on C508 on Monday, and it was as interesting as any other loco we maintain. Didn't keep me awake with priapic excitement on Monday night though!

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