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I live in the Herbert district in North Queensland where the trackage is
flood damaged on a fairly regular basis, including now. Each time, It all
gets repaired and come the crushing season, it's business as usual for the
John doesn't live in Rockhampton these days but I'll let him enlighten you
as to his whereabouts,
On 1 January 2011 22:20, Brian Rumary <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The following was just posted on the Industrial Railway Society Yahoo
list. Does anyone know what the situation in Queensland is regarding
narrow gauge railway matters?
Brian Rumary, England
to: Industrial Railway Society
from: Bigrabbits <email@example.com <bigrabbits%40yahoo.co.uk>>
date: Sat, 1 Jan 2011 00:33:36 +0000 (GMT)
subject: [IndustrialRailwaySociety] Queensland Floods
Large areas of Queensland are currently flooded to unprecedented
This no doubt affects the sugar cane lines and railway preservation
Bundaberg was listed on the news and they are arranging to evacuate
parts of Rockhampton.
Rockhampton will be known to many as the home of the Purrey Steam tram
but it is also the home of Lancashire ex-pat, IRS member and member of
this Group, John Browning.
John, we sincerely hope you are not affected by the floods and send our
Best Wishes for the New Year.
Graham, Terry and family.