Junee
#1
AM yesterday, all gantry's,sticks and dolly's removed from the northern part of the yard, southern part of the yard should be cleaned up today, handover of the new signalling setup by the 12th of June,
Jeune
#2
Sigh, it had to happen eventually. And what will happen with all the redundant equipment?
Mick
#3
dateline= Wrote:[cite] thornesyau:[/cite]Sigh, it had to happen eventually. And what will happen with all the redundant equipment?
Mick

All the good stuff has been removed and hidden, all the masts were removed carefully ie intact and are resting near their former locations, Junee museums, RTM and a signalling group are group are known to have put their hands up fpr some of them, the other may go to whoever has the dollars on the day,
Jeune
#4
Anyone got any pics of Junee now with all the new signalling?.

Cheers
#5
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dateline= Wrote:[cite] L254:[/cite]Anyone got any pics of Junee now with all the new signalling?.

Cheers

If the sun shines tomorrow will have some happy snaps of the yard, just gotta work out how to postem,
Jeune
#6
Some pic's of the signal graveyard at Junee

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Jeune
#7
Thanks Mate, Would you be able to get some of the new Leds?.

Cheers
#8
Juene,

Sad sight to see, was only in Junee about 5 weeks ago on Anzac day and was having a look around, could see the inevitable taking place then.

Tim
#9
The New Look Junee

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Jeune
#10
Sterile looking place now isn't it?
Mick


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