Bridges to be the focus of $6 million inland rail study

Shana Morgan
Updated November 16 2017 - 4:55pm, first published 4:00pm
WORK TO BE DONE: The track may have to be lowered under the Billy Hughes Bridge at Ettamogah to accommodate double-stacked trains. Picture: SHANA MORGAN
WORK TO BE DONE: The track may have to be lowered under the Billy Hughes Bridge at Ettamogah to accommodate double-stacked trains. Picture: SHANA MORGAN

A $6 million contract has been awarded to investigate how the rail line connecting Albury with Melbourne and Sydney can be made viable to cope with inland rail.

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