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A couple of quick images from today showing the remains of the Goulburn-Crookwell line in southern NSW.
Both were taken from the same spot at the lower end of the city's Mulwaree Street where a rudimentary level crossing used to cross the track.
Pic A looks towards Goulburn where the current main line can be glimpsed through the trees while pic B looks towards Crookwell.
Both show a right of way almost overwhelmed by tree growth. Goulburn Mulwaree Council still has plans to turn the line into an expensive rail trail.
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