Re: Sydney Light Rail Outage: Overhead Wiring Issues Cause Commuter Chaos In Sydney

One could hypothesize that something was hanging down and the driver didn't
have enough time to stop clear of it. They do a fair speed there.

On Sunday, 12 March 2023 at 11:58:20 UTC+11peterm...@... wrote:

> Found the photos.


> On Sunday, 12 March 2023 at 11:56:23 UTC+11peterm...@... wrote:


>> The train was A73 a Waratah. I saw a photo of A73 after it was Diesal

>> hauled to Central Platform 1 showing the country end ( what would have been

>> the front) had impact damage to the centre door windows on the cab. Of

>> course with farcebook I now cannot find the photo. If I can I will post it!


>> On Sunday, 12 March 2023 at 11:03:13 UTC+11 Matthew Geier wrote:



>>> On 12/3/23 10:58, TP wrote:

>>> > I notice that since that Panania incident they have been running no

>>> > Millenium trains, which are the type that normally operate on that

>>> line.

>>> >

>>> One of the train's roof hatches was torn off. I'm wondering of the hatch

>>> came open and caught a span wire initiating the destruction of the

>>> overhead. All similar trains will now be inspected to ensure it's not a

>>> widespread type issue.