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Gindalbie Metals has withdrawn plans to build a railway line to the proposed Oakajee Port, north of Geraldton.
The company had planned to build the line to transport iron ore from its Karara mine between Geraldton and Oakajee Port.
Local residents were outraged by the proposal which would have involved the railway crossing several farming properties and launched legal action against the plan in the Wardens Court.
Gindalbie decided yesterday to withdraw the application in response to the community opposition.
The company says the decision has had little impact on its plans and it remains a foundation customer of the Oakajee Port and Rail.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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