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This write up is about the Hamley Bridge Railway Station.
The first train arrived at Hamley bridge on the 5th of July 1869, which was on route to Tarlee I believe.
This link gives a detailed write about Railways at Hamley Bridge.
The 6 Coloured Photos were taken by me in 2004 or 2006.
Light Street in Hamley Bridge, Photo taken by Mattinbgn. Sourced from Wikipedia.
Narrow and Broad gauge trains at Hamley Bridge, Photo from SA Library collection.
Railway bridge over Light River, Photo from Fairv8's collection, Sourced from Wikipedia.
Railway Bridge over Gilbert River, Another Fairv 8's Photo, sourced from Wikipedia.
This article first appeared on ahrsinews.blogspot.com
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