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Re: Mystery Loading bank June 2 2020

Steve W
 

Fair enough Ross - unfortunately the only photo I can find of this structure, however this is at a well known station that was once a junction in the South Island.

I was wondering if anybody recognised this before issuing clues.

Steve W

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of R.H. MIDDLETON via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, 2 June 2020 4:02 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Mystery Loading bank June 2 2020

Given that there is so little in the shot to give a clue as to its location to get the ball rolling I'll say Rolleston.

Ross






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Steve W


Re: Mystery Loading bank June 2 2020

R.H. MIDDLETON
 

Given that there is so little in the shot to give a clue as to its location to get the ball rolling I'll say Rolleston.

Ross


Mystery Loading bank June 2 2020

Steve W
 
Edited

Greetings all - not the most spectacular rail shot I've ever taken but this
loading bank was shot at one of the more significant stations on the rail
system.



I can give clues as required



Steve W


Re: Rm 51 in Buller Gorge

Stephen Wright
 

Thanks Cran. Once again, great to have those details and associated memories.

Stephen

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io [mailto:nz-rail-geography@groups.io] On Behalf Of Cran Julian
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 12:43 PM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Rm 51 in Buller Gorge

Yeah - I travelled Stillwater-Westport line on 9th September 1967 - being last day of railcar services.
Travelling to Westport on 7.15am Greymouth-Westport service (810) worked by 'Rm'53 and returning on 2.50pm Westport-Greymouth service (813) that day with same railcar. Cronadun was usual railcar crossing place morning and afternoon with these railcar services.
The railcar which worked northbound afternoon 2.15pm service 812 (with 'Rm'57) that day returned 'empty' to Greymouth as repositioning run on 11th September 1967.

Those days you could see Buller River from railway many times in Buller Gorge, but being a rain forest there's lot of overgrowth blocking most of the river views from the train these days.

~Cran

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of Stephen Wright
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 11:57 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: [nz-rail-geography] Rm 51 in Buller Gorge

In late December 2019 I posted a photo of Rm 51 in the Buller Gorge, outside Tunnel No. 4. I have since found out some info relating to that photo and the one attached. Richard Legge, who has done a lot of research into Vulcan railcars, was a big help and I also talked to the driver Jack Fentiman, now well into his eighties, who took both photos.

The photos appear to have been taken on Sunday 1 November 1970. The railcar was taking a group of Japanese railway engineers from Greymouth to Westport and they then went on to Ngakawau. The purpose of the trip was to assess whether the line was suitable for carrying Buller coal from Westport to Christchurch. The name 'Japan Transportation Consultants Inc.' appears on a memo issued at Greymouth on 22 October 1970.

The driver, Jack Fentiman, took both photos. He only went as far as Westport before returning to Greymouth by bus. A train advice dated 29 October has the return trip (G2) from Greymouth to Christchurch on Tuesday 3 November. Working backwards from that date, the Greymouth to Wesport leg is likely to have been Sunday, as Jack can remember no train crossings at all and the Japanese would have needed to inspect the track etc. at their leisure.

The guard is visible in the cab.

Vulcans in the gorge would be a rare sight in 1970, as passenger services to Westport had ceased in 1967.

Now there is a small mystery component to this photo. Can someone identify which bridge it is? The curve should narrow things down I would imagine.

Stephen


Re: Rm 51 in Buller Gorge

Cran Julian
 

Yeah - I travelled Stillwater-Westport line on 9th September 1967 - being last day of railcar services.
Travelling to Westport on 7.15am Greymouth-Westport service (810) worked by 'Rm'53 and returning on 2.50pm Westport-Greymouth service (813) that day
with same railcar. Cronadun was usual railcar crossing place morning and afternoon with these railcar services.
The railcar which worked northbound afternoon 2.15pm service 812 (with 'Rm'57) that day returned 'empty' to Greymouth as repositioning run on 11th September 1967.

Those days you could see Buller River from railway many times in Buller Gorge, but being a rain forest there's lot of overgrowth blocking most of the river views from the
train these days.

~Cran

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of Stephen Wright
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 11:57 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: [nz-rail-geography] Rm 51 in Buller Gorge

In late December 2019 I posted a photo of Rm 51 in the Buller Gorge, outside Tunnel No. 4. I have since found out some info relating to that photo and the one attached. Richard Legge, who has done a lot of research into Vulcan railcars, was a big help and I also talked to the driver Jack Fentiman, now well into his eighties, who took both photos.

The photos appear to have been taken on Sunday 1 November 1970. The railcar was taking a group of Japanese railway engineers from Greymouth to Westport and they then went on to Ngakawau. The purpose of the trip was to assess whether the line was suitable for carrying Buller coal from Westport to Christchurch. The name 'Japan Transportation Consultants Inc.' appears on a memo issued at Greymouth on 22 October 1970.

The driver, Jack Fentiman, took both photos. He only went as far as Westport before returning to Greymouth by bus. A train advice dated 29 October has the return trip (G2) from Greymouth to Christchurch on Tuesday 3 November. Working backwards from that date, the Greymouth to Wesport leg is likely to have been Sunday, as Jack can remember no train crossings at all and the Japanese would have needed to inspect the track etc. at their leisure.

The guard is visible in the cab.

Vulcans in the gorge would be a rare sight in 1970, as passenger services to Westport had ceased in 1967.

Now there is a small mystery component to this photo. Can someone identify which bridge it is? The curve should narrow things down I would imagine.

Stephen


Re: Britain's Finest?

David Parsons
 

Thanks Wilson

The station site is where the forested area I referred to now is.

No wonder it's invisible these days!

DP

-----Original Message-----
From: Wilson L
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 10:24 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Does this map snip from 1969 help?

Regards
Wilson


Re: Super Fund bidding for City-Airport light rail proposal in Auckland Keen

Cran Julian
 

I understand one of the proposals was/still is - Puhinui-Mangere Airport - and land has been destinated for such a rail link
and follows a major secondary road from Puhinui!

~Cran

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ralph Heywood
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 12:19 PM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Super Fund bidding for City-Airport light rail proposal in Auckland Keen

Why not take a spur line from near the Wiri EMU depot, across Roscommon, McLaughlins & Price Rds and then head for the Airport.

On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 11:24 AM Steve W <stevewatts2018@...> wrote:


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Most people (including the government) have realised that the light
rail from Auckland City to the airport isn't practical. The
Superannuation Fund mentioned is still keen. I think like the City
Rail Loop the main benefit of this would be, as a development creating
a lot of investment along the route.



Most railfans seem to agree now that any rail to the airport should go
directly to the NIMT. Once there was a dream for the airport to be
reached via the Onehunga Branch but this now seems to be impractical
and expensive.



The story is that the Super Fund says there will be no blowout in
cost, don't they all blowout costwise?



Steve W


Re: Super Fund bidding for City-Airport light rail proposal in Auckland Keen

Ralph Heywood
 

Why not take a spur line from near the Wiri EMU depot, across Roscommon,
McLaughlins & Price Rds and then head for the Airport.

On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 11:24 AM Steve W <stevewatts2018@...> wrote:

<https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12336167>
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12336167



Most people (including the government) have realised that the light rail
from Auckland City to the airport isn't practical. The Superannuation Fund
mentioned is still keen. I think like the City Rail Loop the main benefit
of
this would be, as a development creating a lot of investment along the
route.



Most railfans seem to agree now that any rail to the airport should go
directly to the NIMT. Once there was a dream for the airport to be reached
via the Onehunga Branch but this now seems to be impractical and
expensive.



The story is that the Super Fund says there will be no blowout in cost,
don't they all blowout costwise?



Steve W





Re: Rm 51 in Buller Gorge

Robin Pearson
 

Great Photo !!!

Robin

On 1/06/2020 11:56 am, Stephen Wright wrote:
In late December 2019 I posted a photo of Rm 51 in the Buller Gorge, outside Tunnel No. 4. I have since found out some info relating to that photo and the one attached. Richard Legge, who has done a lot of research into Vulcan railcars, was a big help and I also talked to the driver Jack Fentiman, now well into his eighties, who took both photos.

The photos appear to have been taken on Sunday 1 November 1970. The railcar was taking a group of Japanese railway engineers from Greymouth to Westport and they then went on to Ngakawau. The purpose of the trip was to assess whether the line was suitable for carrying Buller coal from Westport to Christchurch. The name 'Japan Transportation Consultants Inc.' appears on a memo issued at Greymouth on 22 October 1970.

The driver, Jack Fentiman, took both photos. He only went as far as Westport before returning to Greymouth by bus. A train advice dated 29 October has the return trip (G2) from Greymouth to Christchurch on Tuesday 3 November. Working backwards from that date, the Greymouth to Wesport leg is likely to have been Sunday, as Jack can remember no train crossings at all and the Japanese would have needed to inspect the track etc. at their leisure.

The guard is visible in the cab.

Vulcans in the gorge would be a rare sight in 1970, as passenger services to Westport had ceased in 1967.

Now there is a small mystery component to this photo. Can someone identify which bridge it is? The curve should narrow things down I would imagine.

Stephen



Rm 51 in Buller Gorge

Stephen Wright
 
Edited

In late December 2019 I posted a photo of Rm 51 in the Buller Gorge, outside Tunnel No. 4. I have since found out some info relating to that photo and the one attached. Richard Legge, who has done a lot of research into Vulcan railcars, was a big help and I also talked to the driver Jack Fentiman, now well into his eighties, who took both photos.

The photos appear to have been taken on Sunday 1 November 1970. The railcar was taking a group of Japanese railway engineers from Greymouth to Westport and they then went on to Ngakawau. The purpose of the trip was to assess whether the line was suitable for carrying Buller coal from Westport to Christchurch. The name 'Japan Transportation Consultants Inc.' appears on a memo issued at Greymouth on 22 October 1970.

The driver, Jack Fentiman, took both photos. He only went as far as Westport before returning to Greymouth by bus. A train advice dated 29 October has the return trip (G2) from Greymouth to Christchurch on Tuesday 3 November. Working backwards from that date, the Greymouth to Wesport leg is likely to have been Sunday, as Jack can remember no train crossings at all and the Japanese would have needed to inspect the track etc. at their leisure.

The guard is visible in the cab.

Vulcans in the gorge would be a rare sight in 1970, as passenger services to Westport had ceased in 1967.

Now there is a small mystery component to this photo. Can someone identify which bridge it is? The curve should narrow things down I would imagine.

Stephen


Super Fund bidding for City-Airport light rail proposal in Auckland Keen

Steve W
 

<https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12336167>
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12336167



Most people (including the government) have realised that the light rail
from Auckland City to the airport isn't practical. The Superannuation Fund
mentioned is still keen. I think like the City Rail Loop the main benefit of
this would be, as a development creating a lot of investment along the
route.



Most railfans seem to agree now that any rail to the airport should go
directly to the NIMT. Once there was a dream for the airport to be reached
via the Onehunga Branch but this now seems to be impractical and expensive.



The story is that the Super Fund says there will be no blowout in cost,
don't they all blowout costwise?



Steve W


West Coast History website

Wilson L
 

Some interesting albums have been put up in the last day or so:
The Midland Line Railway inc Castle Hill Hotel
Railway at Broken River
Cass photo album
Staircase Viaduct construction

https://westcoast.recollect.co.nz/nodes/index/q:DLOAV

Worth having a look at...……..

Regards
Wilson


Re: Britain's Finest?

Wilson L
 
Edited

Does this map snip from 1969 help?

Regards
Wilson


Re: Britain's Finest?

David Parsons
 

Out of interest, where was Waianakarua's station located.

Mr Google earth show a large forested area on the seaward side of the tracks there now. Was the station just south of there? If so there's nothing obvious now.

The full image appears to show a curve to the right in the distance which would appear to fit my assumption.

Thanks in advance

David P


Re: Britain's Finest?

David Parsons
 
Edited

Correct Wilson, I was being a bit cryptic.

Tony grabbed a last minute winner to snatch the prizeless prize.

Full photo now attached.

David P

-----Original Message-----
From: Wilson L
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 9:50 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Hi David

You say Robert started out well with Waitati but faded towards the end. Does that mean the location starts with Wai?

Regards
Wilson


Re: Britain's Finest?

Wilson L
 

Hi David

You say Robert started out well with Waitati but faded towards the end. Does that mean the location starts with Wai?

Regards
Wilson


Re: Britain's Finest?

Tony Hurst
 

Last try before I go out; Waianakarua.

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:37
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Not there either Tony - but still in the general vicinity compared to where we live.

DP

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 9:32 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Is the blanked out item the Brydone memorial near Totara, i.e. is it Deborah?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:28
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Not there Tony

DP

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 9:19 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Waikouaiti?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:17
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

You're in the right vicinity Tony.

Robert started well but faded towards the end.

David P

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 8:17 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Palmerston area?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 07:11
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Good morning on this Queens Birthday Monday.

To celebrate the day, who can tell the group where these fine examples of British Industry are waiting to cross an opposing service?

regards

David Parsons



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Re: Britain's Finest?

David Parsons
 

Not there either Tony - but still in the general vicinity compared to where we live.

DP

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 9:32 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Is the blanked out item the Brydone memorial near Totara, i.e. is it Deborah?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:28
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Not there Tony

DP

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 9:19 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Waikouaiti?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:17
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

You're in the right vicinity Tony.

Robert started well but faded towards the end.

David P

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 8:17 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Palmerston area?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 07:11
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Good morning on this Queens Birthday Monday.

To celebrate the day, who can tell the group where these fine examples of British Industry are waiting to cross an opposing service?

regards

David Parsons



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Re: Britain's Finest?

Tony Hurst
 

Is the blanked out item the Brydone memorial near Totara, i.e. is it Deborah?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:28
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Not there Tony

DP

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 9:19 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Waikouaiti?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:17
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

You're in the right vicinity Tony.

Robert started well but faded towards the end.

David P

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 8:17 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Palmerston area?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 07:11
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Good morning on this Queens Birthday Monday.

To celebrate the day, who can tell the group where these fine examples of British Industry are waiting to cross an opposing service?

regards

David Parsons



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Re: Britain's Finest?

David Parsons
 

Not there Tony

DP

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 9:19 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Waikouaiti?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 09:17
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

You're in the right vicinity Tony.

Robert started well but faded towards the end.

David P

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Hurst
Sent: Monday, June 01, 2020 8:17 AM
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Palmerston area?

Tony Hurst

-----Original Message-----
From: nz-rail-geography@groups.io <nz-rail-geography@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Parsons
Sent: Monday, 1 June 2020 07:11
To: nz-rail-geography@groups.io
Subject: [nz-rail-geography] Britain's Finest?

Good morning on this Queens Birthday Monday.

To celebrate the day, who can tell the group where these fine examples of British Industry are waiting to cross an opposing service?

regards

David Parsons



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