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Parts of the new train line between Seymour and Albury are expected to be commissioned from the end of September.
The north-east rail track has been upgraded and a rail bypass has been built around Wodonga, as part of a project funded by governments and the Australian Rail Track Corporation.
The commissioning of the bypass was completed last night and V/Line passenger trains are expected to resume on the new north-east line later this year.
Brian Dale from the Australian Rail Track Corporation says commissioning of the Benalla to Seymour section will start in two months.
"We go from up from Seymour to Benalla bringing in what was the old broad gauge track which has been re-sleepered and converted to standard gauge and that will progressively move up the line," he said.
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