Council engineering chief would like to see NSW government train land revert to shire in Corowa

Anthony Bunn
By Anthony Bunn
January 15 2022 - 5:00pm
YESTERYEAR: A CPH rail motor, known affectionately as a Tin Hare, stopped at Corowa's railway station in its operational days which ended after an XPT became the last passenger train to visit during the Bicentenary in 1988.

THERE has not been a train pull into Corowa since 1988 and a regular passenger service last ran in the 1970s, yet the rail corridor is still owned by the state rather than Federation Council.

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