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Plan of Murray Lands railways [map]
Title : Plan of Murray Lands railways [map] Plan of Murray Lands railways [map]
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Creator : South Australia. Railways Dept.
Source : Ceremony of driving the last spike of the Meribah to Paringa railway ... at Paringa ... Oct. 3, 1913
Place Of Creation : Adelaide,
Date of creation : [1913]
Format : Pamphlet
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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Description :

The map shows the long sweep the railway line made through the Murray mallee, with spur lines from Karoonda to Waikerie (opened in December 1914), to Loxton from Alawoona (opened February 1914), and the Paringa line from Meribah (opened October 1913). The railway eventually was continued across the river to Renmark in 1925.

Coverage year : 1913
Region : Riverland and Murraylands
Further reading :

South Australian Railways History of railway construction and operation from 1854 [Adaide, 1970?]

Donovan and Associates Railway heritage of South Australia: a report commissioned by the National Trust of South Australia [Adelaide]: Donovan and Associates, 1992

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