NDNF: I believe the NDNF is also a former BD/NOAF wagon, but with the full length being open (ie no end decks). Note most have partially corrugated sides and pressed ends, however NDNF 2637 N has completely flat side panels, … Continue reading →
As mentioned in the intro, one of my interests is trains – particularly those running today. Most enthusiasts/modellers of the present day go for the glamour like passenger trains, or brute force of intermodal, coal, grain, or a steelie, and … Continue reading →
It won’t be of interest to many of you, but needless to say for those that know me I took a few pics of buses and trains whilst in Dunedin … here’s some of the shots (the bus ones are just to show the variety – not well composed though as most were rushed, and some are from the phone).
Custom destos seem to be the thing with Citibus
I remember this old girl being introduced new into the fleet – note the old desto number (St Clair 7 … not 27 as it now seems to be)
… and again …
Dodgy shot, but interesting desto
There were Dennis Darts a plenty, but this was the only one that seemed to have the Dennis badge on the front. The others I think were all in the standard Citibus livery.
… like this one
An Ansair midi?
Shot in Oamaru, but it was the bus we got back from Dunedin to Christchurch
I also notice Taieri Gorge Railwayhave boosted their fleet with some of the curvy type carriages and a new (for them) parcel van, and also them expanding with trips to Palmerston – good to see them doing well. Not sure I like the new livery on DJ1227 though …