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RAIL WORK **BUSES**

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I RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE!

Great after hours income, easy non stressful work! Nice buses.

I don't work for Ventura, but I do rail. Apart from a little bit of late night, early morning shenanigans, it cool 8)

See this in today's Herald Sun, thought I would put it out there if anyone was interested. :wink:
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Re: RAIL WORK **BUSES**

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funbus wrote:I RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE!

Great after hours income, easy non stressful work! Nice buses.

I don't work for Ventura, but I do rail. Apart from a little bit of late night, early morning shenanigans, it cool 8)

See this in today's Herald Sun, thought I would put it out there if anyone was interested. :wink:

Interesting, so companies will employ people solely for the purpose of rail replacement services? Would they expect you to be on call for emergency replacements or is it just for the planned work. How often are the drivers given shifts?

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