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Bluescope Steel Jottings 16-8-2006

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

Hi all,
Due to a shift in work days I was free to go
looking around with Tezza yesterday.
This is some of the BSL stuff we noted.

Movements at Cringila between 12.00 and 13.10.
D34 mt coal works-Exchange sidings
8135 LE into works
D39 coils into exchange sidings from west end.
8124 coal into works from Kemira.
D40 push pul coal with D34 into the works.
D39 LE from exchange sidings into works.
8117 empty coal from works out to mine (Kemira?)

8124 BSL coal unloader 13.56

BXLAs noted stored at Outer Harbour (not a complete
list)
110, 114, 103, 74, 120, 109, 104, 64, 51
** Numerous are still stored near the unwanted locos
at Brickworks. These locos dont appear to have changed
since the last visit and should be D16, D32, D6, D31
and D24.

D38 coil steel shunt opposite visitors centre.
14.08

Cheers
Brad
** Back to work in 15 minutes :-(

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Chris Stratton
 

--- In LRRSA@..., BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@y...> wrote:

Hi all,
Due to a shift in work days I was free to go
looking around with Tezza yesterday.
This is some of the BSL stuff we noted.
You missed D42 with two torpedoes heading west over Springhill Rd
about 08:20.
Regards,
CS

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

--- Chris Stratton <gm4201@...> wrote:


You missed D42 with two torpedoes heading west over
Springhill Rd
about 08:20.
Regards,
CS>>>>>>
CS,
Its funny you know, we were talking about these
movements and how often they happen.
I told him we not doubt just missed one as this is
usually the case.
Hmmmmmmmmmm nope, actually it isn't that funny :-(

Brad


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bll_hnks
 

Can some please enlighten us lesser mortals to what the torpedoes you are referring to, actually are?
Bill Hanks

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Subject: Re: [LRRSA] Re: Bluescope Steel Jottings 16-8-2006




--- Chris Stratton <gm4201@...> wrote:


You missed D42 with two torpedoes heading west over
Springhill Rd
about 08:20.
Regards,
CS>>>>>>
CS,
Its funny you know, we were talking about these
movements and how often they happen.
I told him we not doubt just missed one as this is
usually the case.
Hmmmmmmmmmm nope, actually it isn't that funny :-(

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
** LocoShed Express in 'Railway Digest'
** Asst editor: Asia-Rail magazine.

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Hanks" <bhanks@...>
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Sent: Saturday, August 19, 2006 5:42 PM
Subject: RE: [LRRSA] Re: Bluescope Steel Jottings 16-8-2006


Can some please enlighten us lesser mortals to what the torpedoes you are referring to, actually are?
Bill Hanks
Sorry. They are the Treadwell ladles used for carrying around molten metal. I think they are about 300 tonnes.
Regards,
CS