Talk:WAGR P and Pr classes

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New Page[edit]

Today I created this page in its entirety, infoboxes, references, bibliography. The information comes from my older arts WAGR P and WAGR Pr classes to which I was the only contributor, so I dont believe my redirects will upset anyone. Regards, Corporal29 (talk) 02:28, 2 January 2009 (UTC)

Great article[edit]

Great article - well done. There is some conjecture re the claim the Pmr was a rough rider because of some design fault. I spoke with people within HVTR (as well as old WAGR staff) when I was there once, and the opinion was that, on good track (ie up the Avon Valley) the Pm was a good rider - the only difference between the Pm and Pmr was the bearings. THe belief is that, when in service, the WAGR track was, er, average, and thus did not provide a good ride.Sulzer55 (talk) 11:30, 6 January 2009 (UTC)