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The New South Wales Government has been handed a Federal Government report on the future of grain rail lines in the state.
The Commonwealth is yet to publicly release its recommendations from the New South Wales Grain Freight Review, which will determine what happens to about 15 rail lines that are currently suspended.
Five of the rail branch lines at risk are in the central and far west.
State Transport Minister David Campbell says not all lines will reopen.
"There are some lines that remain suspended depending on the availability of finance as to the ability to invest in ensuring their safety, they may or may not reopen," he said.
Mr Campbell says no decisions have been made as yet.
"The NSW Government has received a copy of the report and will work through in some detail now the recommendations of it and respond in due course," he said.
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