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Re: How about some facts about the NR class?
I'll post a message in aus.rail soon about the presentation given by John
Fullerton, chief operating officer of National Rail Corporation given at
the recent Rail 2000 Annual General Meeting. There was one question asked
from the floor about the NR class locomotives, and like all the questions
presented, received a detailed answer.
On Sun, 1 Nov 1998, K & D wrote:
> There seems to be an opinion out there that NRC went overboard with the NR
> Just out of interest.
> 1. How many NRs are actually in use at any one time?
> 2. How much has IP on-time running changed (+/-) since NR took over?
> 3. Do interstate freight trains now operated by NR have less or more lost
> time due to loco problems?
> 4. By what amount have running costs changed since the NR class was
> introduced ?
> 5. Would the EPA allow ALFs/CLFs/BLs/80s/etc to be run in NSW by a private
> operator in the medium to long term (> 3 years time)?
> K & D.
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