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West Coast Wilderness Railway Station Queenstown
Tasmania

This is the train station of the West Coast Wilderness Railway Station in Queenstown in the western wilderness Tasmania. The station services a tourist steam train operation that runs between Queenstown and Strahan on an Abt rack and pinion cogged railway that allowed the heavy ore trains from the Mount Lyell copper mine in Queenstown to climb the steep terrain along the Journey.

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Uploaded: 10/02/2013
Updated: 12/03/2013
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