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TTC Station Infobox Template[edit]

I think you have contributed or even created the TTC Station Infobox template. May I suggest considering adding a coordinates field that uses the "coord" template? Normally I think one would make such a suggestion on the Talk page for the template, but that page seems to be in use for other purposes. Excuse my pack of Wikipedia knowledge. papageno 05:36, 22 October 2007 (UTC)

Fancy seeing you here![edit]

Hello, DA! It's Guest from the EV-Nova.net forums. I had no idea that you were even a member of Wikipedia until I saw your name on EVula's user page. I'm sure you were swamped with questions about what happened to our forums, but has there been any new information since it's been a few months? Drop me a line back whenever you get a chance. :) GlassCobra 06:23, 30 October 2007 (UTC)

Alright, I'm definitely not blaming you for anything. We certainly had a good time. :) It's nice to see a familiar name on our wide interweb. Hope all is well with you, and feel free to drop me a line anytime! GlassCobra 14:42, 30 October 2007 (UTC)

AfD nomination of Brian Sinclair[edit]

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Railways[edit]

Regarding this, I'm glad you agree. Sometimes I think it's just me.... :-)

Any chance you could add your wisdom to the debates on {{s-rail}}, or on succession boxes? --RFBailey 02:27, 15 November 2007 (UTC)

Category:Toronto LRT stations[edit]

In 2005 you wrote in Category talk:Toronto LRT stations:

Er, are these articles really appropriate? With the exception of the subway stations included, none of these are actually named TTC stations; they are merely streets at which the streetcars stop,

There were responses in 2006 from two others, agreeing with you, and I've just added my agreement now. However, nothing has been done. May I suggest that you do an actual Articles For Deletion nomination, following the recommended form for a group of related articles? I'd do it myself, but anonymous users aren't allowed to.

(Please don't reply on "my" talk page; I'm not the only person who uses this IP address. Reply here or not at all. I won't bug you again if you've changed your mind or can't conveniently do this; I'm just suggesting you proceed if you still feel as you did before, because I think you were right.) --207.176.159.90 (talk) 03:13, 17 November 2007 (UTC)

Template:BS, Template:BS3[edit]

Hi~ It seems that you have experienced some difficulty or observed some bugs in the new function of those two templates. Would you mind sharing with me some examples of wrong displays, preferably with print screens, so that I or others can improve them? - PeterCX&Talk 06:41, 17 November 2007 (UTC)

Cross Country Route
 East Coast Main Line 
York
ABZlf STRlg
BHF STR
Leeds
BHF STR
Wakefield Westgate
STR BHF
Doncaster
ABZrg ABZrf
STR LUECKE
 East Coast Main Line 
Sheffield Tram
Dronfield
Chesterfield
Derby
ABZlf STRlg
STR LUECKE
 Midland Main Line 
Willington
Burton upon Trent
Tamworth
Wilnecote
Water Orton
ABZrg HLUECKE
 West Coast Main Line (south) 
HLUECKE ABZlg
 Chase Line 
ABZrg STRlg
Birmingham New Street
HLUECKE ABZrf STR
 West Coast Main Line (north) 
BHF STR
University
ABZrg STRrf
 Cross-City Line 
Bromsgrove
ABZlf STRlg
BHF STR
Droitwich Spa
BHF STR
Worcester Shrub Hill
 Cotswold Line 
BHF STR
Ashchurch for Tewkesbury
ABZrg STRrf
BHF
Cheltenham Spa
Gloucester
River Severn
Cam and Dursley
Yate
 South Wales Main Line (east) 
Bristol Parkway
Severn Tunnel
Filton Abbey Wood
 Great Western Main Line (east) 
Bristol Temple Meads
 Great Western Main Line (west) 
Patchway
Pilning
Caldicot
Branch from Gloucester
Severn Tunnel Junction
Newport
Cardiff Central
 South Wales Main Line (west) 
I tried to extract your example Template:Cross Country Route here, with {{BS3}} replaced by {{User:Peterwhy/tBS3}}. Now all {{BS}} lines are the original template, {{BS3}} lines are of my sandbox template, and {{BS5}} lines are my edited public template. I don't see any misalign here. Perhaps you would like to visit User:Peterwhy/Sandbox3, where some of them uses the edited {{BS2}}, {{BS4}} and {{BS5}}. Welcome to tell me if any problem exists =) - PeterCX&Talk 15:04, 17 November 2007 (UTC)
See if it works now =) –PeterCX&Talk 02:49, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
Earlier today I have raised the question in Wikipedia talk:Route diagram template#Composite icons. Please join us there and help us to improve the situation =) – PeterCX&Talk 08:43, 19 November 2007 (UTC)


Edmonton Light Rail Transit[edit]

In the article on Edmonton Light Rail Transit, someone has taken the BS template based code that you placed there and, probably using cut and paste, inserted it in every ETS Station. Therefore I have created the Template:ETS LRT route using your creation and replaced the code with this template for each station. You also wondered about the maintenance facility, and so I have also created a starting article for D.L. MacDonald Yard (ETS) and added it to the route map. Secondarywaltz (talk) 21:33, 19 November 2007 (UTC)

York Region - Viva map[edit]

Hello David - in the new version of the Viva system map you posted today (Image:Viva_York_Region_route_map.svg) there is a new note next to the Henderson station that says "Murray 300m". I don't know what that means. I have used the Viva Blue route many times, and there is no GO connection near that stop. PKT (talk) 22:21, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

Oh, nutz - I forgot about that service. The 'B' route actually runs the whole length of the Blue route - all on Yonge Street from Newmarket to Finch Stn and on to York Mills. In other words, the two routes are on top of each other between Newmarket and Finch. I'm not sure that the "Murray 300m" note adds to the map, but 'tis up to you! PKT (talk) 01:15, 27 November 2007 (UTC)
You responded, "The B only stops at the few points listed in the GO schedule though, correct?"
No, the points in the schedule are timing points. There are more stops on the route - it provides local street service. PKT (talk) 13:24, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

"Dictionary style digression" in Flying Scotsman article[edit]

I was the one who put in the more detailed disambiguation; it's a pity you saw the contribution as a "digression" as it was very carefully worded and very much to the point, targeting the general public attracted to a popular article. The reason for inserting the caveat (which is what it is) was simply because I am sick of people indiscriminately referring to locomotives as "trains" - that's all. I think that in this particular case we have to consider "bending" WP rules. It may have been more constructive if instead of immediately deleting you had placed your concerns on the talk page. In any case we could still look for another solution as it is a pity to lose this caveat altogether and in such a conspicuous place.--John of Paris (talk) 12:26, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

It would be peripheral to most articles but this particular case may be a special one due to its popularity. This article can be kept to a very basic level because those interested in the technical history of this type can always refer to the main article (which I have just jointly rewritten with another editor giving citations that were totally absent before). My problem here is with inflexibility becoming ever more prevalent in WP due to all-invading bureaucratic mentality and over-policing; less consideration seems to be given to informing the general reader than to encouraging editorial brio. I can do no more than refer you once again to the last sentence in my previous post to which you have in no way responded.--John of Paris (talk) 17:46, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

"What is the source of the rebrand name?"[edit]

The name of the franchise is "Thameside." Therefore, if NX do rebrand it, then this will be the name of the franchise- eg East Coast Franchise = NX East Coast; Anglia franchise = NX East Anglia.

I have put on the page that it is possible that it won't happen.

"What is the source of the rebrand name?"[edit]

The name of the franchise is "Thameside." Therefore, if NX do rebrand it, then this will be the name of the franchise- eg East Coast Franchise = NX East Coast; Anglia franchise = NX East Anglia.

I have put on the page that it is possible that it won't happen. Dewarw (talk) 14:25, 19 December 2007 (UTC)

Overall, you are probably right in this info being removed. I am sure I read something somewhere, but I can't remember now. Regards, Dewarw (talk) 16:51, 19 December 2007 (UTC)

PS: Why is my request down twice? Dewarw (talk) 16:51, 19 December 2007 (UTC)

Transperth Railway Map[edit]

I made a small update to the Transperth Railway map to indicate that the Joondalup and Mandurah lines overlap: http://trs80.ucc.asn.au/TransperthRailwayMap.svg Feel free to redo it yourself, I'm an Inkscape novice. —Preceding unsigned comment added by TRS-80 (talkcontribs) 22:39, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

Image:TransperthRailwayMap.svg[edit]

David, thats very impressive svg work. Was it done with Inkscape? —Moondyne 23:41, 28 December 2007 (UTC)


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Map for East Midlands Trains[edit]

Do you think its possible to get a route map for EMT like ones for Tramlink and Sheffield Supertram and National Express East Coast? Thanks. Pafcool2 (talk) 12:45, 2 January 2008 (UTC)

Probably a schematic map would be easier and look better on the page. Thanks and take your time, there's no rush, as you are doing a favour for me. Pafcool2 (talk) 14:15, 3 January 2008 (UTC)

Metrolink map: St Peters Square[edit]

The station name, as used by Metrolink in their publications, is St Peters Sq. I don't want to argue whether this should, or shouldn't be St Peter's, but I think the map should reflect the 'official' spelling. --Jotel (talk) 14:35, 5 January 2008 (UTC)

You are right about the maps, but this page [1] and pages linked off it , for example [2] say St Peters.
So we're both right :-) --Jotel (talk) 16:18, 5 January 2008 (UTC)

660AV Floppy Drive[edit]

You reverted my edit saying that the floppy drive changed when Apple changed the name form Centris to Quadra. This is not true. Most Centris 660AVs have the newer-style floppy drive, only the very earliest have the old style. I've never seen a Quadra 660AV with the old style, but I do know that it isn't the name change that caused the switch.

I'd like to put my edit back in; would you be okay with that? I wanted to point this out; I think it's useful information for collectors. They may wonder why their machine doesn't match the picture. Then if somebody knows some exact cutoff, they can write about that and we'll all learn something.

Ben Boldt (talk) 14:36, 23 February 2008 (UTC)

I didn't read carefully; I see that you have taken it out, modified it, and placed it farther down the page. I thought you had removed the info completely. I still would like to OK it with you that Centris to Quadra was not actually the change of the drive style before I change the info back. Do a Google search or Google Image Search for Centris 660AV and you'll see that only a small percentage of Centris 660AVs do indeed have the old-style drive opening. It appears that all Quadra 660AVs have the newer style but I can't be certain.
Ben Boldt (talk) 14:46, 23 February 2008 (UTC)
I went ahead and made the change; feel free to talk with me if you disagree.
Ben Boldt (talk) 18:44, 23 February 2008 (UTC)
Here's a pretty definitive example of a Centris 660AV that doesn't have auto-inject (especially look at the box since you can't see the label on the Mac): [3] I've been looking for a Centris 660AV with auto-inject for quite a while on eBay and all of them I've seen are the newer style like this.
Ben Boldt (talk) 04:30, 24 February 2008 (UTC)

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Banff-Roam public transit[edit]

How was Banff? What a picture! Ultimately I aim to create an article for every public transit system in Canada (see the template), and you rushed me into production of a page for Banff. Do you have any more photographs from your trip that might feature a bus, showing the unique wrapping? I always think that a bus portrait without any redundant description is most appropriate for the infobox, whereas scenic shots belong within the body of the work. Please read over and polish up my contribution, sourced from your recent entry in the Banff article. I feel that in the case of a small system like this a couple of simple paragraphs works better than the tables and lists that sometimes dominate larger operations. -Secondarywaltz (talk) 04:05, 6 July 2008 (UTC)

This other picture is ideal for illustrating the bus fleet. Thanks. -Secondarywaltz (talk) 15:49, 7 July 2008 (UTC)

HST merger tag removal[edit]

You really confused me, I was just checking the merger discussion prior to removing the tag, and when I went back to the page it was gone! Talltim (talk) 22:27, 15 November 2008 (UTC)

Capital MetroRail[edit]

Hey DavidArthur, how you doing, in reference to Tram-trains: Tram-train are really are Trams with the capability of operating at at streetcar speeds and at higher speeds in main-line railways. The Capital MetroRail will be running Stadler GTW articulated railcars, they are actually light main-line regional vehicles capable of running on exclusive lanes in urban areas, these are a notch up of Tram-trains! They are the same type as the ones running in San Diego County in California→ Sprinter (San Diego), these aerodynamic “beasts” are becoming very popular in Europe, particularly in abandoned or little used railways. In other matters, i like your maps, i also do maps, cheers ∞ Moebiusuibeom-en (talk) 18:34, 24 July 2009 (UTC)

Good going, cleared up! / Maps: I like the title fonts you're using, very legible ∞ Moebiusuibeom-en (talk) 03:19, 25 July 2009 (UTC)

File:Vancouver SkyTrain Map.svg[edit]

Just some corrections to tell you about. the 3 zone should be going all the way to the bottom of the picture, as Lulu Island doesn't go south of Surrey. Also, Main Street-Science World Station is not a transfer station, as it does not transfer to any of the TransLink's services. Great work on the addition of the Canada Line~ -- [[SRE.K.A.L.|L.A.K.ERS]] 19:34, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for your detailed response! -- [[SRE.K.A.L.|L.A.K.ERS]] 18:58, 7 August 2009 (UTC)
Some minor details I want to issue to you. XP I think the south arm of the Fraser River should be added, since it looks like Richmond (Lulu Island) is connected to Surrey, which they are not. Also, Metrotown and Royal Oak should be move a little bit more left, since Metrotown is pretty close to Patterson, and should be between Brentwood and Holdom (per Google). Thanks in advance! :D -- [[SRE.K.A.L.|L.A.K.ERS]] 07:13, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
Here I go again...currently, only the right part of Surrey is a 3 zone, but the 3 zone should be in all of Surrey. Just so that I won't have to bother you in the future, what kind of application do I need to download to be able to edit SVG images? -- [[SRE.K.A.L.|L.A.K.ERS]] 19:37, 7 September 2009 (UTC)
I'll try Inkscape. Hope it's not complicated... -- [[SRE.K.A.L.|L.A.K.ERS]] 21:20, 7 September 2009 (UTC)

ICTS/ART[edit]

I have finally found a useful reference for a re-write of the ICTS/ART article. It's from the early 1980s, before the systems were fully operational, so it's lacking some of the political and historical controversies that followed the system. It does, however, have an excellent background on the events leading up to the ICTS, and useful links to other systems that were proposed (Hawker's was very interesting!).

I'm having some difficultly deciding where the information should go, however. For instance, it would seem that the political background that led to ICTS should go into the UTDC article - but ITCS predates UTDC. And there are several technical decisions in the ICTS that were a response to the needs for it to operate effectively in the suburbs, but that, in turn, is a function of the political landscape.

I'm going to just go for it and start editing, but I'd be mighty appreciative of any comments you might have on where these topics are best covered - one article, the other, maybe both? And if you have any other references that have any details, I'd love to see them too.

Maury Markowitz (talk) 19:29, 30 July 2009 (UTC)

Ok, let me know what you think...[edit]

There's definitely problems with what's there, but let me know what you think of the new improved(?) UTDC article. I'd really like to find more material from the second half of the 80's, but that's the black hole period where its too old to be digitized, and too new to be considered historical. Great reference though, you should try to track it down if you can. I found only one copy out there at the UofT and blew through a pre-paid card photocopying about half of it :-) Maybe take a look over the LRC article too, the first half of the book was on that. Sadly the book was published in the early 80's, before either the LRC or ICTS hit real service.

Some day I'll try to make a good comparison between the ICRS/ART and the French version of the same idea. And the docklands light railway too. Maury Markowitz (talk) 21:36, 7 August 2009 (UTC)

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OC Transpo templates[edit]

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  • All these templates have now been tagged as deprecated. Secondarywaltz (talk) 21:52, 28 April 2010 (UTC)

Talk:Honda Insight[edit]

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St Pancras International - naming controversy[edit]

Hello, Since you took part in this before, you might like to know that there is a revived proposal under discussion at Talk:St Pancras railway station#Requested move. -- Alarics (talk) 20:24, 11 April 2011 (UTC)

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Update for Viva York Region Route Map[edit]

Hello again David! The diagram for Viva York Region route map needs an update for a couple of new stops that were recently added:

  1. a stop named Chalmers that fits between Bayview and Valleymede (Purple and Pink lines)
  2. a stop named Galsworthy, between McCowan and Main St Markham (purple line only).

I didn't check for any other changes this morning - I just happened to see Chalmers when I was driving in the area this weekend.

Thanks very much! PKT(alk) 16:07, 21 October 2013 (UTC)

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