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Train enthusiasts in southern Tasmania have discovered a century old railway | ABC News

A group of enthusiastic volunteers in Geeveston in southern Tasmania is rediscovering a railway line more than 100 years old.
The railway ceased operation in the 1920s, but locals are now working to clear the track, which they say is the key to unlocking Geeveston’s tourism potential.
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