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Great read - thanks Peter! I am very much enjoying your contributions as they help piece together road development as well. Are you having that article publishing in Light Railways or something to ensure it's not lost to future researchers? Edit: I'm getting 404 errors trying to load any of your photobucket links - help!
Again, thanks for the info So, on Google Street view would the line come from through the gate up and to the left of the ute?
thank you for that it was a very interesting read. is there anything left to see along the route?No relics found so far on the Benowa sugar mill tramway, having checked east towards Isle of Capri, the Carrara Ferry site both sides of the river and west towards the Molendinar Railway exchange siding area.
No relics found so far on the Benowa sugar mill tramway, having checked east towards Isle of Capri, the Carrara Ferry site both sides of the river and west towards the Molendinar Railway exchange siding area.I've checked the Botanical Gardens a couple of times as I'm staying right across the road, the area has been too extensively remodeled to leave any signs, imho.
Checked the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens again this arvo after a family picnic. The Nerang Central Sugar Mill Paddock extended from Benowa Road to Rosser Park which is now the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens, with the mill on the western end of the mill paddock .
There is a 6 MB PDF file of John Kerr's notes on the Neranwood tramway available from http://www.daff.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/50793/qld_se_saw13.pdfSome recent Neranwood tramway route pictures;