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TEST3 Ignore!, 23/8/2006, 12:00

LRRSA@...
 

Reminder from:   LRRSA's Calendar
Title:   TEST3 Ignore!
Date:   Wednesday 23 August 2006
Time:   12:00 - 13:00
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Re: Want to buy a steam locomotive, traction engine or car ?

Frank Stamford
 

Good morning Brad,

The web address is correct and was working a few days ago, but it is not working at the moment.

Hopefully this is only a temporary problem, as there were lots of interesting things on that website.

Regards,

Frank

At 07:57 PM 22/08/2006, you wrote:
Hi Frank,
I am having trouble opening this URL. Is
there any letters missing?

Brad

--- Frank Stamford <frank.stamford@...> wrote:


Here is a very interesting web site if you have an
urgent need to buy a
steam locomotive, traction engine, steam truck, or
steam car:

<http://www.prestonservices.co.uk/>http://www.prestonservices.co.uk/

Regards,

Frank


Databases

BM
 

Brad, your database proposal sounds a good idea. Starting them in the group
would provide the opportunity for members to make contributions and when a
specific database looks to be in good shape, then perhaps we could look at
transferring it to the LRRSA website.

Private owner non-air hopper wagons still in existence sounds like a good
place to start. David Sheedy, a key player in the proposed SMR museum at
East Greta Junction, rang me yesterday and our conversation covered the
non-air hoppers owned by the HVTC, including the one that went to Sandgate
Cemetery and has since been moved. You will also recall the photo panel we
ran in LR 172. Perhaps this might lead to something similar on non-air
hopper wagons on static display.
Bob McKillop


Re: Want to buy a steam locomotive, traction engine or car ?

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

Hi Frank,
I am having trouble opening this URL. Is
there any letters missing?

Brad

--- Frank Stamford <frank.stamford@...> wrote:


Here is a very interesting web site if you have an
urgent need to buy a
steam locomotive, traction engine, steam truck, or
steam car:

http://www.prestonservices.co.uk/

Regards,

Frank


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Re: Admin: Photo Attachments!

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

Hi Phil/everyone,
I will be setting the group up for no
attachments and as said you can always post a seperate
message with a link to the group or choose for
Yahoogroups to do this automatically at the time you
are downloading the photo.

Regards
Brad



--- Phil Rickard <chy_gwel_an_meneth@...>
wrote:

Thanks Frank,

So if one did have a photo for discussion etc., one
could post it in
the Photos section and separately post a message
that it was there to
be looked at but that all comment/discussion is to
be on the Message
board.

Sounds a safer way to go - the last thing I need is
any sort of virus!

cheers Phil
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LRRSA Sydney Meeting!

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

Howdee,
For anyone interested tomorrow (Wednesday)
nights meeting of the LRRSA in Sydney will be a talk
on the 'Logging Railways Of The Dorrigo Plateau'.
Was planning to go myself (first ever meeting) but
work looks like it may have got in the way again.

19.30
Woodstock Community Centre
Church Street
Burwood

Cheers
Brad

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Graeme Breydon

sawdustoz <pevans@...>
 

Just in case you have not heard this sad news yet, here is an e-mail
from John Frost which was circulated to the ATR delegates late last
night ...

Friends,
I regret that I have to have to convey to you the very sad news
that Graeme Breydon died this evening.

Graeme became ill on Puffing Billy this afternoon and was taken to
the William Angliss Hospital at Ferntree Gully for help. He was then
transferred to Box Hill Hospital and died there later this evening.

I am thunderstruck at the suddenness of all of this and we will all
very much miss his company and wise counsel. I will let you know
more details as they come to hand.

Our thoughts go out to Graeme's Daughter Fiona at this very sad
time for her and her family.

John


FW: Graeme Breydon

Peter Evans <pevans@...>
 

Just in case you have not heard this sad news yet ...

-----Original Message-----
From: jfrost [mailto:jfrost@...]
Sent: Monday, 21 August 2006 10:19 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: Graeme Breydon

Friends,
I regret that I have to have to convey to you the very sad news that
Graeme Breydon died this evening.

Graeme became ill on Puffing Billy this afternoon and was taken to the
William Angliss Hospital at Ferntree Gully for help. He was then
transferred to Box Hill Hospital and died there later this evening.

I am thunderstruck at the suddenness of all of this and we will all very
much miss his company and wise counsel. I will let you know more details
as they come to hand.

Our thoughts go out to Graeme's Daughter Fiona at this very sad time
for her and her family.

John


Re: Admin: Photo Attachments!

Frank Stamford
 

Phil,

Yes you could post it to the Photos section and the system will
automatically generate a message to the group(if you ask it to by
ticking the appropriate box).

You can also place other types of files such Word files or pdf files.

(I have found a lot of useful model railway information as files in
Yahoo groups, for example English translations of German instructions
for loco kits, and I have posted my own English language instructions
for a German loco kit!)

Regards,

Frank


--- In LRRSA@..., "Phil Rickard"
<chy_gwel_an_meneth@y...> wrote:

Thanks Frank,

So if one did have a photo for discussion etc., one could post it in
the Photos section and separately post a message that it was there to
be looked at but that all comment/discussion is to be on the Message
board.

Sounds a safer way to go - the last thing I need is any sort of virus!

cheers Phil

--- In LRRSA@..., Frank Stamford <frank.stamford@b...>
wrote:


Phil,

Yes there are two methods, attaching to emails - which is generally
considered a risk, and uploading to the files section in Yahoo
groups,
which is generally considered to be safe.

Regards,

Frank



Re: Admin: Photo Attachments!

Phil Rickard <chy_gwel_an_meneth@...>
 

Thanks Frank,

So if one did have a photo for discussion etc., one could post it in
the Photos section and separately post a message that it was there to
be looked at but that all comment/discussion is to be on the Message
board.

Sounds a safer way to go - the last thing I need is any sort of virus!

cheers Phil

--- In LRRSA@..., Frank Stamford <frank.stamford@b...>
wrote:


Phil,

Yes there are two methods, attaching to emails - which is generally
considered a risk, and uploading to the files section in Yahoo
groups,
which is generally considered to be safe.

Regards,

Frank


At 10:44 AM 21/08/2006, you wrote:
Gents,

Being a total novice to any sort of online group, can I just re-cap
here? Are there two ways of putting photos on the group site?

One in the Photos tab and one by attaching them to a posting?

If the attachment option is a security risk, can I take it that the
Photo section is safe/safer?

thanks Phil


--- In LRRSA@..., Frank Stamford
<frank.stamford@b...>
wrote:


Brad,

I don't think attachments should be allowed to emails to this
group.

I think there is a security risk with this relating to viruses
etc.

Most groups I belong to don't allow it, and I am reluctant to
join
groups
that do.

Regards,

Frank



At 09:12 AM 21/08/2006, you wrote:
Morning all,
Just wanting members views on whether or
not photographic attachments should be accepted on
group posts or whether it be limited to the
files/photos sections?
We are able to permit them so photos can be posted
occasionally for discussion.
Otherwise they can be placed into the other sections
where members who actually have a Yahoo account can
view them.

Interested in your thoughts. THe group is currently
set up with the default setting of allowing them.

Brad

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Re: Admin: Photo Attachments!

Ron Aubrey
 

Hi Brad, all,

I do not think it is a good idea to have attachments.
Photos can go inthe files easily enough.

Brad, Can you call me at home please? (07-5446 7784).

Regards, Ron A.




--- BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...> wrote:

Morning all,
Just wanting members views on whether or
not photographic attachments should be accepted on
group posts or whether it be limited to the
files/photos sections?
We are able to permit them so photos can be posted
occasionally for discussion.
Otherwise they can be placed into the other
sections
where members who actually have a Yahoo account can
view them.

Interested in your thoughts. THe group is
currently
set up with the default setting of allowing them.

Brad

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http://www.geocities.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html
** Australian Industrial & Preserved Railways.
** Railways of the Philippines and South East
Asia
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** Asst editor: Asia-Rail magazine.

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Re: Admin: Photo Attachments!

Frank Stamford
 

Phil,

Yes there are two methods, attaching to emails - which is generally considered a risk, and uploading to the files section in Yahoo groups, which is generally considered to be safe.

Regards,

Frank

At 10:44 AM 21/08/2006, you wrote:
Gents,

Being a total novice to any sort of online group, can I just re-cap
here? Are there two ways of putting photos on the group site?

One in the Photos tab and one by attaching them to a posting?

If the attachment option is a security risk, can I take it that the
Photo section is safe/safer?

thanks Phil


--- In LRRSA@..., Frank Stamford <frank.stamford@b...>
wrote:


Brad,

I don't think attachments should be allowed to emails to this group.

I think there is a security risk with this relating to viruses etc.

Most groups I belong to don't allow it, and I am reluctant to join
groups
that do.

Regards,

Frank



At 09:12 AM 21/08/2006, you wrote:
Morning all,
Just wanting members views on whether or
not photographic attachments should be accepted on
group posts or whether it be limited to the
files/photos sections?
We are able to permit them so photos can be posted
occasionally for discussion.
Otherwise they can be placed into the other sections
where members who actually have a Yahoo account can
view them.

Interested in your thoughts. THe group is currently
set up with the default setting of allowing them.

Brad

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es.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html>http://www.geoc
ities.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html
** Australian Industrial & Preserved Railways.
** Railways of the Philippines and South East Asia
** LocoShed Express in 'Railway Digest'
** Asst editor: Asia-Rail magazine.

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Re: Admin: Photo Attachments!

Phil Rickard <chy_gwel_an_meneth@...>
 

Gents,

Being a total novice to any sort of online group, can I just re-cap
here? Are there two ways of putting photos on the group site?

One in the Photos tab and one by attaching them to a posting?

If the attachment option is a security risk, can I take it that the
Photo section is safe/safer?

thanks Phil


--- In LRRSA@..., Frank Stamford <frank.stamford@b...>
wrote:


Brad,

I don't think attachments should be allowed to emails to this group.

I think there is a security risk with this relating to viruses etc.

Most groups I belong to don't allow it, and I am reluctant to join
groups
that do.

Regards,

Frank



At 09:12 AM 21/08/2006, you wrote:
Morning all,
Just wanting members views on whether or
not photographic attachments should be accepted on
group posts or whether it be limited to the
files/photos sections?
We are able to permit them so photos can be posted
occasionally for discussion.
Otherwise they can be placed into the other sections
where members who actually have a Yahoo account can
view them.

Interested in your thoughts. THe group is currently
set up with the default setting of allowing them.

Brad

#### LocoShed Australasia Website ####
<http://www.geocities.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html>http://www.geoc
ities.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html
** Australian Industrial & Preserved Railways.
** Railways of the Philippines and South East Asia
** LocoShed Express in 'Railway Digest'
** Asst editor: Asia-Rail magazine.

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Re: Admin: Photo Attachments!

Frank Stamford
 

Brad,

I don't think attachments should be allowed to emails to this group.

I think there is a security risk with this relating to viruses etc.

Most groups I belong to don't allow it, and I am reluctant to join groups that do.

Regards,

Frank

At 09:12 AM 21/08/2006, you wrote:
Morning all,
Just wanting members views on whether or
not photographic attachments should be accepted on
group posts or whether it be limited to the
files/photos sections?
We are able to permit them so photos can be posted
occasionally for discussion.
Otherwise they can be placed into the other sections
where members who actually have a Yahoo account can
view them.

Interested in your thoughts. THe group is currently
set up with the default setting of allowing them.

Brad

#### LocoShed Australasia Website ####
<http://www.geocities.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html>http://www.geocities.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html
** Australian Industrial & Preserved Railways.
** Railways of the Philippines and South East Asia
** LocoShed Express in 'Railway Digest'
** Asst editor: Asia-Rail magazine.

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Admin: Photo Attachments!

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

Morning all,
Just wanting members views on whether or
not photographic attachments should be accepted on
group posts or whether it be limited to the
files/photos sections?
We are able to permit them so photos can be posted
occasionally for discussion.
Otherwise they can be placed into the other sections
where members who actually have a Yahoo account can
view them.

Interested in your thoughts. THe group is currently
set up with the default setting of allowing them.

Brad

#### LocoShed Australasia Website ####
http://www.geocities.com/steelhaven_ee/LocoShed.html
** Australian Industrial & Preserved Railways.
** Railways of the Philippines and South East Asia
** LocoShed Express in 'Railway Digest'
** Asst editor: Asia-Rail magazine.

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Re: Proposed tour

Peter Evans <pevans@...>
 

MusT geT  that faulTy lower-case "T" on my Typerwriter fixed ...
 
Apparently the non-availability of steam has something to do with fire precautions. Any fire getting away in that rugged terrain would be horribly difficult to stop.
 
Cheers,
PeterE.


From: LRRSA@... [mailto:LRRSA@...] On Behalf Of Frank Stamford
Sent: Friday, 18 August 2006 5:45 PM
To: LRRSA@...; LRRSA@...
Subject: RE: [LRRSA] Proposed tour


How come no steam!

Why do they bother having a steam loco if they don't use it?

Frank


At 05:03 PM 18/08/2006, Bill Hanks wrote:
>Rains of any type would be very useful here in drought stricken Victoria.
>
>Regards,
>Bill H
>
>----------
>From: LRRSA@... [mailto:LRRSA@...] On Behalf
>Of Chris Stratton
>Sent: Friday, 18 August 2006 4:35 PM
>To: LRRSA@...
>Subject: Re: [LRRSA] Proposed tour
>
>I would have thought special rain was the last thing you wanted.
>Regards,
>CS
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Peter Evans
>To: LRRSA@...
>Sent: Friday, August 18, 2006 8:21 AM
>Subject: RE: [LRRSA] Proposed tour
>
>No steam I'm afraid. At the moment I'm trying to get a special rain
>earlier in the morning with the most "agricultural" rolling stock available ..
>
>Cheers,
>PeterE.
>
>
>----------
>From: LRRSA@...
>[mailto:LRRSA@...] On Behalf Of john browning
>Sent: Thursday, 17 August 2006 6:53 PM
>To: LRRSA@...
>Subject: [LRRSA] Proposed tour
>Maybe I should look at using up some of those FF points.
>
>Will Walhalla stoke up the Henschel in our honour (fire bans permitting?)
>
>John
>
>John Browning
>Rockhampton
>Queensland
>Australia
>
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>
>Phone +61 (0) 7 4926 6356
>Mobile 0407 069 199
>


Re: Group promotion

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

G'day Bob,

Have the LR Hon Eds thought of putting the LRRSA
Yahoo Group details
inside the front cover of LR permanently - i.e. in
the first column,
although I note it's pretty tight for space at the
moment (move the
conversion table to cols 2 and 3 ? )

cheers Phil>>>>

Hi Phil/all,
It would certainly ensure people would see
it, even if they miss it in the first issue.
I have gradually listing it in the links section of
other relevent groups and am going to ask some website
owners if they will put in a link for us.

Cheers
Brad


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Re: Commonwealth Engineering - history

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

--- Phil Rickard <chy_gwel_an_meneth@...>
wrote:

The front cover features a Phil Belbin painting of
Comeng-built "D2"
shunting at the Port Kembla blast furnace of
Australian Iron and
Steel. (though personally I preferred the "Light
Railways" front cover
on LR184 depicting Phil's painting of a Baldwin
steam tram shunting at
Waddington's Glanville works - what a pity Comeng
didn't build steam
trams, only electric trams!)>>>>>>
Hi Phil/all,
Had a real quick browse through the book
at the Newcastle exhibition. It was obviously quick as
I didn't realise the cover was a painting and not a
real shot :-)
Certainly seems to be well worth the cost. I would
have grabbed it there and then but my finances are
headed to towards a layout, Fiji and the Philippines
in coming months.
However I have to say (and I now a few on the group
will not be surprised) that I was glad to see D2 on
the cover. :-)

Cheers
Brad

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Commonwealth Engineering - history

Phil Rickard <chy_gwel_an_meneth@...>
 

Railway historians and enthusiasts may be interested in the first
volume (of three) of a newly-published account of Waddingtons
Ltd/Commonwealth Enginering, covering the years 1921 to 1955.

The front cover features a Phil Belbin painting of Comeng-built "D2"
shunting at the Port Kembla blast furnace of Australian Iron and
Steel. (though personally I preferred the "Light Railways" front cover
on LR184 depicting Phil's painting of a Baldwin steam tram shunting at
Waddington's Glanville works - what a pity Comeng didn't build steam
trams, only electric trams!)

One presumes Vol 2 will include more rail-orientated production
including sugar-cane tramway locomotives

More details at the publisher's web site:
http://www.rosenbergpub.com.au/handleProduct.asp?id=71&catid=2

cheers Phil


Lake Margaret

Colin Harvey
 

 

Further to the item in Light Railways 190, a video report on the dispute between the Tasmanian Hydro Electric Commission and the West Coast Council over the future of the Lake Margaret pipeline is available at  http://www.abc.net.au/tv/australiawide/stories/s1717380.htm

 

Colin

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