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Postings from railperf.org.uken2021-03-07T18:11:28000:00hourly11970-01-01T00:00+00:00Re: Train Weights Question
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Following the previous discussion about train weights, I have compiled some tables showing weights (tonnes and tons) plus pow...91021. General Discussion2020-06-03 07:54:40Re: Train Weights Question
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BTW - anyone have the weight of a 755/3? I have it as 135 in my system. Not sure of the decimal component. JB19511. General Discussion2020-02-02 16:56:39Re: Train Weights Question
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I have rooted out my conversion tables which say that a tonne = 1000 kg = 0.984 tons = 1.102 short tons = 2205 lbs. A short t...131021. General Discussion2020-02-01 21:50:51Re: Train Weights Question
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9102 said: Can anyone clarify whether the weights shown on current / new trains refer to "UK" tons, or to "Metric" tonnes ? W...Sean Emmett1. General Discussion2020-02-01 17:44:51Train Weights Question
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Can anyone clarify whether the weights shown on current / new trains refer to "UK" tons, or to "Metric" tonnes ? Whilst the d...91021. General Discussion2020-01-20 11:43:15