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[quote=Lockspike]$10.5m budget for this job. Let's say $1.5m for the crossing works. What are they going to spend the rest on? It doesn't take $9m to move control to a new work station in Melbourne.[/ ...

[size=4]To avoid losing some lengthy text on Railpage to avoid RP’s unfriendly

“Quit-no-save-time-out” problem, I sometimes edit the text off line in Microsoft Word, and copy (Ctrl-C) and pas ...

Where is the SG line to Ethiopia?


Ethiopia is proposing a SG branch line to Metema on the Sudan ...

Now that Sudan has SG to the north in Egypt and to the South in Ethiopia, it makes a lot of sense to convert NG (1067mm) to SG in the middle and connect these two SG systems. There is also the matter  ...

Posted 08 Apr 2021 07:48 in New South Wales by WimbledonW

[quote=sydneyshortnorth][quote]Here is some original research for MissJanari to perform.

[size=3]Some original research for [/size][i][size=2][font=Segoe UI]MissJanani [/font][/size][/i][size=2][ ...

Posted 07 Apr 2021 14:38 in New South Wales by WimbledonW

Here is some original research for MissJanari to perform.

[Quote="Trove"]

[size=3]Level Crossing NSW Narellan (Trove List)[/size]

[size=3]This text written as MS Word file.[/size]

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Posted 06 Apr 2021 19:39 in New South Wales by WimbledonW

[size=3]The Camden Railway (Tramway) has been well researched over the years. The only significant thing outstanding is the level crossing of the Hume Highway at Narellan, which was eventually fitted ...

Taiwan has essentially two rail systems:

* a low speed 1067mm Narrow Gauge one, older.

* a high speed 1435mm Standard Gauge one, newer.

It is not clear which system in involved in the recent tu ...

This Taiwan accident has a certain similarity with the Geurie accident where the 60-class Garratt was standing in the crossing loop, just  foul of the main line.

(A) The Taiwan accident has a certain similarity with the Moorgate accident where a train crashed into a dead end stub tunnel.

Forgive my ignorance but what is 'heritage water' and how is it different from any other water?
YM-Mundrabilla
Som ...

[quote=RP]

[color=#ffffff][size=1]bevans[/size][/color]How on earth is this going to work with Egypt ion Standard Gauge and Sudan on 1067mm gauge?

The extension of the line from Aswan is an excell ...

Which of these Soviet planes can carry locomotives and other rolling stock?



Perhaps laterally to achieve a desired axleload outcome.

YM-Mundrabilla
That is what Wiki says about BR class 28 Bo-Co. SmileSmile
See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Co-Bo

[quote=M636C]

The Great Northern 2-6-8-0 locomotives were their class M-2 and were simple articulated locomotives, having been converted from class M-1 Mallet compounds dating from 1910 only a few ye ...

Laverton Intermodal Terminals

These provide facilities for SCT at the south end and CRT Group at the north end. The terminal is 19km from Melbourne on the Geelong line. It is purely standard gauge  ...

Why was Serviceton established at all? Couldn't the VR have run as far as the already established Wolesley, only 3 miles into SA. Could it have been that VIC wanted to reinforce its will upon the newe ...

Fatty has kindly recorded a few video run-pasts:

Gerogery Down Landmark up to Ettamogah 101A points (3:53):

(Sadly this video getting a 404 error) Sad

In mid March 2021, facilities at Ettamogah are being improved by approximately  3420m of new track and power points and signals. These power points replace Ground Frames with much less standing room.

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[quote=KRviator][quote]"Australian Intermodal Terminal List" didn't appear at first in "New Forum Posts" so WimbledonW had to reply to his own post.

This may count as a small bug, easily overcome.

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[quote=KRviator][quote][i]'... [color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI,]Also, now that Table Top has gone, should we start an Ettamogah Rail Hub thread? ... '[/font][/size][/color][/i]

[colo ...

Barnarwartha, Dooen, Dubbo, Werris Creek, Acacia Ridge, Tottenham, and a long list of intermodal terminals are therefore all deserving of their own thread.
james.au
An even longer list  ...

[quote=YM-Mundrabilla][i]'... [color=#000000][size=2][font=Roboto, wf_SegoeUI, ]Also, now that Table Top has gone, should we start an Ettamogah Rail Hub thread? ... '[/font][/size][/color][/i]

[colo ...

Still have old fashioned buffers and hook coupling.

[url=/news/s/delivering-coaches-from-hungary-to-egypt]Delivering coaches from Hungary to Egypt

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