Re: Wodonga to Corryong railway history


halfpilotstaff
 

Hi Claus,

The one I have is part of a series called Country Branch Lines Victoria, published by Train Hobby Publications.

This one is subtitled "The Wodonga to Cudgewa Branch Line" - A Photographic Profile 1950s - 1979 Part 4. My guess is the "parts" refer to other branch lines covered in the series.

The book consists of large landscape format colour photos, with just enough supporting text.

I bought my copy ($39) at the ARHS bookshop in Sydney Terminal station; I would presume that most bookshops that specialise in railway publications would have it for sale.

--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, "lockeddrive" <lockeddrive@...> wrote:

Happy New Year All.

Travelled the Murray Valley Highway yesterday ( magnificent countryside ) & noticed many old timber trestles still standing ( & some quite tall ones, shades of Colorado ! ) .

Does anyone know of any publications/ photos/ history of this line; shame the rails are gone as it would potentially have made a great tourist line.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers

Claus

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