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MEMBERS of an Orange rail group hope the announcement of a second Bathurst Bullet daily train service to Sydney will be a chance for their city to get on board.
Orange Rail Action Group member Neil Jones said the additional service, scheduled to depart Bathurst for Sydney at 7.30am, is an opportunity for the new train to be stabled in Orange.
"Access to the current early morning 5.46am Bathurst Bullet service requires the catching of a 4.55am coach from Orange, or driving by car to Bathurst," Mr Jones said.
"Orange and region residents need and deserve a more convenient and direct train service to Sydney, without having to take the coach connection to Bathurst or Lithgow."
This article first appeared on www.westernadvocate.com.au
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