With rail travel to a close, we now have an answer to that question.
The best-in-class interchanges on the country’s rail network are the wooden railway lines that feed south of the border.
From Brisbane to the Gold Coast and to Sydney, these lines have been rated among the top ten busiest and best-tasting train journeys in Australia, according to the new report, Quality of Service.
The report ranks each line based on the number of passengers per train, the number and quality of stations and amenities, the ease of use and accessibility of the service, and the overall experience of passengers and the staff.
The top five lines on the list are the Sydney Northern Railway (NSN), which serves the south coast and Melbourne; the Brisbane Northern Rail (BNSF), which travels through Queensland and Tasmania; the Melbourne Western Railway (MWR), which passes through Sydney and Melbourne to the north; and the Sydney Southern Railway (SSR), which is the easternmost of the major interchanges, which is where most of the freight is sent to the rest of Australia.
It’s important to note that all of these lines serve the same areas of Australia, and that the only differences in quality and experience between them are the stations that they serve, the amenities and service that they offer, and what the overall journey is like.
This is an annual report, and in 2018 we decided to look at the most popular interchanges and look at how well they perform in terms of passenger satisfaction and quality.
Each line was ranked based on how well it performed in 2017, and we’ve compared each of the top five and ranked the other lines below that.
The report also compares the average passenger satisfaction ratings between each line to other interchanges in the same location and to other lines across Australia.
The wooden railway interchanges were ranked among the best, followed by the Brisbane Southern Railway, which has its own wooden rail line that passes through the central Queensland town of Maribyrnong.
It is one of the most extensive wooden railway line in the world, serving the Goldfields, the Gold Fields and the central coast of Queensland.
The average passenger rating for this line was just over five stars out of five.
It also made the top 20 of the five busiest interchanges.
The average passenger rate for this train was about five stars.
The other two lines on our list, the Sydney Western Railway and the Melbourne Southern Railway are also wooden railway trains that pass through the northern part of Victoria.
They are the largest of the wooden lines and run through Melbourne, Melbourne’s CBD, the south-east of the state, and parts of Brisbane and Adelaide.
They have an average passenger experience of 5.8 out of 5 stars, and average passenger ratings of 5 and 6 stars.
However, these are just average ratings, and they are based on a sample of around a million people using their train tickets on the different lines.
So, what do the results tell us about the reliability of the interchanges?
We’ll look at that later.
First, the average rating for the wooden rail lines was a pretty good 4.8 stars, which means that the average train trip was rated good.
On average, the train travelled about 7 kilometres and took about five hours and 45 minutes.
This compares to the average ratings for the other rail lines on this list, which were all average, at 3.9 out of 10 stars.
The worst score of the two lines was for the Sydney Eastern Railway, with the average rider rating of 3.4 stars.
That’s the worst average passenger score for any of the lines on any of our lists, and a much lower rating than for any other line.
On the other hand, the overall average passenger average rating across the wooden train lines was just under 5 stars.
This is a pretty high rating, and it’s very close to the rating for other raillines.
Overall, the wooden interchanges also fare well in terms to quality of service.
On a scale of one to five, the Wooden Railway line got an average rating of 4.9, the Brisbane Western Railway line 3.8, and both lines in the Southern Railway line 2.9.
The overall score for the Wooden Rail line was 5 stars out the three lines on all our lists.
That’s good for a score of 3 stars out to a score between three and five.
The Wooden Railway is one line that’s very good in terms: passenger experience, stations, and amenities.
This makes it a solid option for passengers who want to travel around the country and see what the best trains are in Australia.
For the average commuter, however, the quality of the line can be a bit of an issue.
The wooden lines can have the same or worse passenger experience than the other rails on our lists and it can also have worse amenities.
The Sydney Western and Melbourne Southern Lines