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Proposed Paringa to Barmera railway
Title : Proposed Paringa to Barmera railway Proposed Paringa to Barmera railway
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Creator : South Australia. Parliament
Source : Parliamentary papers, South Australia no. 33 1923
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : Govt Printer
Date of creation : 1858-
Additional Creator : South Australia. Parliament. Legislative Council. South Australia. Parliament. House of Assembly.
Format : Magazine
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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Description :

The railway line to Renmark was eventually opened in September 1925 with a bridge crossing  the river from Paringa. It was further extended to Berri, Glossop and Barmera, where the first train arrived on 1 August 1928. This large map also shows the state of development in the Riverland at the time.

Coverage year : 1923
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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