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A controversial auction was held at the Canberra Railway Museum at Kingston on Wednesday to sell items such as old fashioned carriages and train memorabilia.
The Museum closed in November 2016 after its rail freight company collapsed, leaving more than $700,000 in debt.
ABC Radio Canberra Breakfast producer Jamie Travers spoke to some of the auction bidders about why they were attending the massive sale of train related items.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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