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Indian Pacific Train ended in Kalgoorlie

Our Indian Pacific train to Perth ended in Kalgoorlie. It rained like hell (have been told half of the yearly rain came down when we arrived late in the evening in Kalgoorlie). The rails from Kalgoorlie to Perth have been blocked by bush fires, which destroyed the signalling. At the next morning the station looked a little bit desolately. Finally, buses took us to Perth.

See  Kalgoorlie  and  India Pacific

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 30000x15000
Taken: 02/03/2013
Uploaded: 22/03/2013
Updated: 04/04/2015


Tags: australia; west australia; kalgoorlie; indian pacific; station
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