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Queensland Rail (QR) has so far paid out more than $130,000 in compensation to passengers of the tilt train that derailed north of Bundaberg, in south-east Queensland.
About 120 people were injured when the train derailed in November.
A QR spokesman says it has paid out $134,000 for medical bills and lost or damaged luggage.
He says QR has received 104 claims from passengers, including 38 that he expects will go to court.
Meanwhile, QR says it is continuing trials of the speed limiting device called Automatic Train Protection, but will not comment on the status of the trials until they are finalised.
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