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A north-west Queensland Mayor says he has been given a commitment that cattle trains to the region will continue, despite the closure of some freight distribution centres.
Queensland Rail will close a number of freight depots between Mount Isa and Townsville but says all freight services will continue to be delivered, some by road.
Julia Creek is one of the freight centres to close.
But McKinlay Mayor Paul Woodhouse says livestock services are still running and the Government has said they will continue.
"We're negotiating with whoever the relevant people are to make sure that every single service that is delivered to Julia Creek at the moment continues to be delivered and I have to say that the discussions all the way through have been pretty fruitful and pretty good," he said.
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