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The Northern Territory's Chief Minister says some people have had "pretty good reasons" to be unhappy with the Ghan passenger train running between Adelaide and Darwin.
Chief Minister Clare Martin says she has received a number of complaints from people who have been on the train, which started running to Darwin earlier this year.
Ms Martin told the South Australian Press Club most people have been very happy with the service but there is concern some carriages have not been up to scratch.
She says she is confident problems will be fixed by Great Southern Rail within six months.
"GSR has a new CEO and he comes from a tourist background so he's very focused on making sure that everyone who gets on the Ghan has a good time," she said.
"The criticisms were justified and as soon as they started coming through GSR knew exactly what was being said to us from the Territory Government's point of view."
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