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New South Wales rail operator CountryLink has warned of severe penalties if anyone is caught tampering with railway tracks.
The warning comes after long metal rods were found on the train track south of Wagga Wagga in the path of the XPT train.
Signal operators at Junee detected the metal early on Sunday morning and the driver was alerted.
CountryLink's Scott McIntyre says there was not any chance of a derailment, but the perpetrator will face hefty fines if caught.
"We're telling anyone out there that's contemplating such a silly act that there is a maximum penalty of $110,000 in fines and imprisonment of three years and it's a major breach of the safety act, the Rail Safety Act, and anyone that knows anything ... about this please contact the local Wagga police," he said.
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