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Broken Hill Railway Station
Australia

Broken Hill is one of the stops of the famous Australian Transcontinental Railway line the Indian Pacific between Sydney on the Pacific Ocean and Perth on the Indian Ocean.


The Indian Pacific is one of the longest train journeys and includes the world's longest straight section of railway tracks with 478 kilometres length.

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