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Waiting for the Indian Pacific Train at Adelaide Parklands Terminal
Australia

We wait for the Indian Pacific passenger train coming from Sydney and leaving for Perth at the Adelaide Parklands Terminal.

The Indian Pacific should bring us in 39 hours to Perth over a distance of 2'659 km. It already came from Sydney over a distance of 1'693 km.

See  Indian Pacific

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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Uploaded: 21/03/2013
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Tags: australia; adelaide; adelaide parklands terminal; indian pacific
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