568, W2 with and RC short handled controller, a "coffee grinder" such cars
unpopular with drivers as you were always banging your left elbow on the
saloon door jamb. I always felt too that the RC controllers were not a good
fit with W2s. The combination seemed unable to make for smooth
acceleration. Maybe it was just me. 568 was formerly fitted with Dick Kerr
controllers. 571 is emerging from Cameron St Brunswick and Brunswick Depot,
I don't remember it as a Brunswick car, possibly an Essendon car having had
its wheel flats ground off, there was no grinder at Essendon. I hope these
tramway minutiae are of interest to some.
Regards to all,
On Sun, 28 Jun 2020 at 17:48, David Featherstone davidh.feathers@...>
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