Re: A puzzle for you - difficulty level: Low
  espee8800

And I was wandering around Balaclava Junction one day around 1990 with
camera in hand and there on the grass verge was a complete trolley base and
pole, just lying there. No sign of any trams that were minus one and
unfortunately I didn't have a big enough bag😉


On 12 August 2017 at 09:08, Richard Youltressteleg@...
[TramsDownUnder] TramsDownUnder@...> wrote:

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> Not a jinx at all, Mal.

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> Things like this happen all the time. You are just lucky enough to be in

> the right place at the right time from time to time.

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> Years ago while driving a W up Swanson St, near Franklin St there was an

> enormous BANG BANG BANG BANG.

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> On the way back I stopped and prised this gear case bolt from the track

> groove. How many trams had run over it to bash the head down this much?

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> Another day walking in the city I saw an entire gear case cover fall off a

> W. You would know all about that if you tried to run over it!

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> (Photographed on my sunny breakfast table)

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> [image: image1.JPG]

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> Regards,

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> On 12 Aug 2017, at 8:35 am, Mal Rowemal.rowe@... [TramsDownUnder] <

>TramsDownUnder@...> wrote:

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> On 11/08/2017 6:00 PM, Richard Youltressteleg@...

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> My bet is that it is the skirting from below the bumper of a D2.

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> Well made modern trams :-)

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> That's what I reckon - Richard & Steve.

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> My guess is that the maintenance people didn't turn the locking screws

> visible at the top of the panel.

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> Mal Rowe - jinx

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best wishes,
David in Avenel.au
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