Inland Rail, also known as Inland Railway and previously Australian Inland Railway Expressway, is a 1,727-kilometre railway line under construction in Australia.
Once complete, it will connect the ports of Melbourne and Brisbane along a new route west of the mountainous Great Dividing Range, bypassing the busy Sydney metropolitan area and allowing for the use of double-stacked freight trains. The route will also connect to the Sydney–Perth rail corridor, reducing journey times between Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
Construction of the line is divided into 13 projects, with 733 kilometres of new track to be built and 994 kilometres of existing track to be upgraded
The first stage (from Parkes to Narromine) involves manufacture and supply of AS60kg - Turnouts and Catchpoints. The below scope was manufactured and delivered within Ten (10) months from signing of the contract.
Scope of Supply:
- AS60 - Eleven (11) off LH/RH Turnouts
- AS60 - Eleven (11) off 6100 Flexi Catchpoints
- Twenty-two (22) sets of Points and catchpoint M23A-MKII rodding