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Commemorating 125 years since the opening of the Murwillumbah to Casino railway line and 15 years since its closure the Northern Rivers Railway Action Group (NRRAG) and Trains On Our Tracks (TOOT) are gathering at the Lismore railway station on Saturday May 11.
‘We are inviting supporters of the return of rail to come along and hear the latest information from the Northern Rivers Railway Action Group (NRRAG) and Trains On Our Tracks (TOOT),’ Sid Lydia Kindred, co-secretary, NRRAG and TOOT.
‘A lot has been happening and we have not given up on bringing regular passenger and some freight services back to the Northern Rivers.
‘We are still working towards this important cause that ticks all the boxes of economic, social and environmental sustainability for the future of our region,’ she said.
Supporters are welcome to join them from 1 till 3pm on Saturday to enjoy some music and listen to speakers who are hopeful for a rail based integrated public transport system in the Northern Rivers
This article first appeared on www.echo.net.au
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