Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Ferry McFerryface - Sydney’s Newest Ferry

Hi all.
I’ll keep this simple.
Sydney’s newest Emerald Class Ferry has officially been named Ferry McFerryface... no joke.

What is your opinion on the name?
I’ll share my thoughts and feelings on this once i see it in person and get a few photo’s in a seperate blog post.

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Saturday, 28 October 2017

Newcastle Interchange - The First Trains

Hi all.

12am on the morning of Sunday 15th October 2017 the concourse area of the new Newcastle Interchange station opened.
1:30am on the dot the 3 brand new platforms opened.

The very first passenger train out of the station departed soon after 1:30am.
It was a Fassifern service run by OSCar set H24 and it departed from platform number 1.
Not too long after H24 departed, Hunter set J4 formed the first Hunter Line service out of the new station.
It was bound for Telarah and departed from platform number 2.

I finished the night by catching the 2:45am service back to Sydney which was an OSCar and departed from platform number 3.

The photo's in this blog show the concourse, the other shows the first trains side by side.

Here is the link to the video:

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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Endeavour New Interior Look

Hi everyone.

As most of you may know, Endeavour set 2 has a new livery.
Something I haven't posted about yet is the interior of 3 sets have a new look.
Sets 1,2 and 7 have new flooring identical to Waratah's and just an overall brightwr look.

Photo's have been added to this Blog post.

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Friday, 28 July 2017

NSW Police Academy V Set Carriages

Hi everyone.

On Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th July 2017 V Set Carriages DCM8022 & DCM8027 were road hauled from Chullora to the NSW Police Academy in Goulburn.

DCM8027 was first to go in the early hours of Wednesday Morning.
DCM8022 went in the early hours of Thursday morning.

Each night the carriages left Chullora just after midnight.
Arriving at Goulburn at roughly 2:30am.

Here is some brief history on each of the carriages.

DCM8022 was retired from service in October 2011.
This carriage seemingly had a pretty clean life with no significant events occurring apart from this transfer of course.

DCM8027 was part of set V13 and was retired from service in July 2013 along with therest of the set following an incident in the Blue Mountains suburb of Medlow Bath where a tree landed on the top deck of the lead car of V13. The lead car was DCM8028.
DCM8027 was the fourth position carriage.
The tree fell as a result of strong winds.

These two carriages will now be used for training purposes at a scenario railway station called Rossiville which was constructed within the NSW Police Academy in Goulburn.

The video link is below:

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Saturday, 15 July 2017

Artwork at St Peters

Hi everyone!

Has anyone noticed this cool street art in an alley way in St Peters.
It shows an S Set, Millenium M Set and a Single Deck Red Set.

What is your opinion on this?

Looking forward to your comments.

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6,000 YouTube Subscribers Reached!

Hi everyone!

On the morning of Sunday 16th July 2017 I woke up to find that I had surpassed 6,000 subscribers on YouTube.
I would like to thank you all so much for helping me get this far.
Wow, so close to 10,000, 5 digits!

Please share the Sydney Trains Vlogs channel link.

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Friday, 14 July 2017

K & C Sets Withdrawn From Service

Hi everyone!
About a week ago Asbestos fibres were found in the K and C Set fleet forcing them to be withdrawn from service until the issue was rectified.
Delays and service cancellations were experienced on the T5 Cumberland line due to the shortage of trains.
As of Monday all K and C Sets were out of service and all S Sets were released into service to cater for the train shortage.

The photo in this blog shows S Sets S135 & S69 at Penrith station on Platform 3 after terminating on return from Hornsby.

Its unclear as to when the K and C Set fleet will return to service.

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