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October 2017
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Platform 2017
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Remember When
– Cairns to Forsayth and return on the Mixed, June 1993

Preservation and Tourist
– QPSR returns M Series 'Lander cars to service
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NR105, AN2 and NR91 head south through Monkerai,
between Dungog and Gloucester on the NSW north coast line,
with Pacific National 4BW4 Brisbane to Port Kembla intermodal &
steel train, on Wednesday 23 August. Stephen Miller


5th International Railway Summit

Features

Rails around the Spencer Gulf
During mid-August, Chris Walters spent a few days touring the eastern and western shores of South Australia's Spencer Gulf, and brought back some fascinating snapshots of the region's 'rail hot spots', including Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Whyalla and the Eyre Peninsula.

The Silver Star
Next to the Port Hedland Tourist Information office, and only a block from the harbour, is a stainless steel observation car partly obscured by trees, which serves as a popular cafe. Peter Clark tells the intriguing story of how an observation car built in 1939 for an iconic American diesel train found its way to the Pilbara.


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