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The Bathurst Regional Council and the Canobolas Heritage Railway Society have resolved a long-standing dispute about the ownership of five rail carriages
The carriages were bought with money raised by public subscription and are currently located at Orange's East Fork.
Bathurst Mayor Norm Mann says the society will retain two, while the other three will be transferred to Bathurst Regional Council.
He says the agreement is fair because it reflects the proportion of money raised by subscription.
"We'll transport our three down to Lithgow to put it with the Ben Chifley engine and hopefully over the years the engine and the carriages will be refurbished and renovated by the society down there," he said.
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