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A multibillion-dollar plan initiated under the Napthine government to avert a looming congestion crisis on Melbourne's busiest railway line could be adopted by Labor in a revised form.
Posted in Victorian Rail News on 2014-12-29 15:14:31
Hundreds of commuters spent close to an hour stuck on trains in the city loop due to a power fault on Monday morning.
Two inbound trains ground to halt in the Melbourne loop about 8.30am, due to an overhead power issue.
Both trains lost power, stranding commuters underground for 50 minutes.
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Terrorists who have taken approximately 15 people hostage in a cafe in Sydney's Martin Place have reportedly displayed an ISIS flag and caused the shut down of the Bondi Junction railway line.
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A goods train is on fire near Snowtown South Australia.
Firefighters are monitoring a potential chemical hazard in Snowtown, after being alerted to a smouldering drum of hydrochloric acid on a freight train. A 1000 litre drum of hydrochloric acid is smouldering as it was transported on a freight train.
Not much heard from train radio, but plenty from CFS channels, Dangerous good train burning near Snowtown from what I understand from what I've heard it is a chemical fire "various acids" with adjacent cars containing Urainium.
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