The RMCQ is a club for anyone who likes to make, run, talk about, or simply watch... Model Trains
Looks like the remote control for the Tasmanian driverless train, that pranged at the end of September down on the apple isle, was busted.
So they are now going to stop doing it for a while - remote control that is.
Registrations are now available for the 14th Australian Narrow Gauge Convention. Location, Central Coast Grammar School
Arundel Road, Erina Heights, New South Wales Apr 2019. Read more
Here is a live feed train ride which is on 24x7. It is the train driver's view, a Cab Ride, in the snow of a Norwegian Railway train.
Large scale up of capability for Rio Tinto as they are scaling up their use of autonomous trains in the Pilbara following regulatory approval in late May, with the robot trains now covering 290,000km a day.
The October edition of the Model Railroad Hobbyist Magazine is now available AND it's free!
For your own copy of the 250 page issue, that's right - over 250 pages !!, download here...
Diesel trains can be fitted with Rolls-Royce Hybrid PowerPacks to turn them into hybrid trains that can also run on battery power, reducing carbon emissions and making them cheaper to run for operators while also making them much quieter when, for example, they approach stations.
The September edition of the Model Railroad Hobbyist Magazine is now available AND it's free!
For your own copy of the 270 page issue, that's right - over 270 pages !!, download here...
3D Printed Railway Figure and Accessories
A parternship between Andrew Lee and Ian Phemister has lauch a new website providing NSWGR 3D engine and station staff printer figures and other accessories. Check the new website www.andianmodels.com/.
This latest version of the tool, maps the paths of the trains to the classic London Underground map designed by Harry Beck in 1931. The original version of this moving map, created by Matthew Somerville as part of a science hackathon in 2010, is a geographic representation of theLondon Underground, overlaying the trains' real-world paths over a map of London.
The original IT article can be found here at ITPro: click here
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