Re: Re: Canberra- CAF
  Geoffrey D Dean

Interesting to note that the Parramatta tramway track is laid to
railway standard, not tramway standard.
I assume that the wheels are also to railway profile.

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Sent:Fri, 19 Apr 2024 09:08:07 +1000
Subject:Re: [TramsDownUnder] Re: Canberra- CAF

It appears to have a been a BIG help that they employed a German
consultancy who used the German BOStrab standard as their working

Unlike Sydney who engaged a US based heavy rail consultancy to

 I'm sure the tram tracks down Allison Road could take 35tonne axle
load iron ore wagons with ease. There is enough concrete and rebar
under it.

On 18/4/24 16:49, Malcolm Rowe wrote:
> I am impressed.
> Canberra seems to me to encapsulate everything that a light rail
> system should be.

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