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January 15, 2004
The first train to travel the new Adelaide to Darwin railway departed Adelaide today amid much fanfare. The $1.3 billion railway was officially opened with the departure of a freight train which will take three days to make the 3000km journey to Darwin.
The freight train left Adelaide a couple of minutes late after a ceremony attended by federal and state politicians and dignitaries, and before a crowd of about 3000 at FreightLink Adelaide railyard. The first passenger train to travel the line will leave Adelaide on February 1.
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