G'day all, I did have a copy of this that I downloaded from the website during the tendering process & I even looked at the printed version at Ashfield Library when I was working in Ashfield. Sadly I lost the info when my computer went up in smoke & I didn'thave a backup. I tried to find it again on their website, but it wasn't the same detailed one I had before.
Tim, in Chilly Sydney.
--- InTramsDownUnder@..., Hunslet <hunslet@...> wrote: >
> At 03:36 PM 13/05/2012, Dudsley wrote:
> >But the north and east forks, as shown, are necessary to get the
> >trams to the tram stop adjacent to the heavy rail station?
> From the information contained in the Environmental Assessments
> previously available on the Planning NSW web-page (and possibly still
> there, somewhere!), all forks will be straight-railed.
> The Dulwich Hill terminus will be a stub terminal immediately to the
> north of where the East Fork has been cut. Passengers will exit to
> the street (currently a car park) to proceed to the heavy-rail
> station. Presumably the track on the west fork will be lifted once
> the remaining tracks are straight-railed.