27 January 2015 Aus & New Zealand


The railways of Queensland have much in common with South Africa, the most obvious being the 1,067mm gauge. Both systems were in existence by 1865, at which time the line from Durban to the Point had been running for five years. There was one important difference. Durban's railway carried people; Qu

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