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Korske is a Canberra-based adventurer, entrepreneur and photographer passionate about inspiring the heart of adventure in young people. He is the Director of World Photo Day, an international event that embraces a passion for photography and its ability to inspire communities. Away from the screen, you'll find Korske out Surfing, Snowboarding, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Rock Climbing and Wood Working.


  1. Nick August 26, 2008 at 2:49 pm - Reply

    That is pretty fascinating. I find it interesting that those pins look pretty much the same wherever I’ve seen railway lines – must be a good design, I guess!

    I was thinking that AS 47 might be a really early australian standard number, but I think (after a little searching) that it’s referring to the pin being suitable for either 47 or 50 Kg/metre track. That company (Pandrol) still make railway fasteners, by the way (you can tell I’m having an interesting day today when I spend 5 minutes or so looking up railway fasteners on the internet ;)).

  2. Nick August 26, 2008 at 2:50 pm - Reply

    Those reverse-torx coach screws are unusual too, I haven’t seen them before….okay, I’m going to stop now 😉

  3. Stewart August 29, 2008 at 4:50 pm - Reply

    love the colour of the rust

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