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Finally I have completed the 11th Newsletter.
Been busy today, completing the 13 Station stories, I hope you enjoy reading them.
Have added a second lot of Photos of the Burra Railway Station in South Australia.
Planning for the 12th Newsletter is already underway with another Railway Photographer included.
Be a week or so before I get started I think.
The completed Stations for this Newsletter are,
Cowra Railway Station,
Gawler Central Railway Station,
Grenfell Railway Station,
Hamley bridge Railway Station,
Mudgee Railway Station,
Queanbeyan Railway Station,
Strathalbyn Railway Station,
Parkes Railway station,
Parafield Railway station,
Carcoar Railway Station,
Tanunda Railway station,
Willow tree Railway station,
Herons Creek Railway Station,
Hope you enjoy reading the completed creations, as I have been busy today completing them.
Probably well over 150 Railway Stations covered now, maybe even more than that.
Taree Railway Station, phototaken in early march.
Oaklands Park Railway Station, South Australia, Photo taken in 2004 or 2009.
48 class at Coonamble, Photo taken during our Caravan travels.
Coonamble Railway Station.
Quirindi Railway Station.
Have A Great Day Everybody.
To read Previous stories, please go to the "More Posts" at the bottom of each Page.
From the Port Macquarie area of New South Wales.
This article first appeared on ahrsinews.blogspot.com
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