Re: Tram''s on track, but not all are happy about it
From: Richard Youl
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Well, a Google search soon gave the answers.

What I also learned from this is that for quite some years, the town council operated the system.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moreton_Central_Sugar_Mill_Cane_Tramway#History

Regards,

> On 16 Jul 2017, at 6:33 pm, Geoffreygnhansen29@... [TramsDownUnder] TramsDownUnder@...> wrote:

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> The Nambour tramway did have some loco hauled passenger trains? :)

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> Regards

> Geoffrey

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>> On 16/07/2017 8:37 AM, Greg Sutherlandgregsutherland@... [TramsDownUnder] wrote:

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>> https://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/trams-on-track-but-not-all-are-happy-about-it/3200477/

> Did the sugar cane tramway down the street in Nambour ever carry passengers?

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> Interesting video on their facebook page at:

> https://www.facebook.com/NambourTram/videos/838151542944049/

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> Some 'tributes' to both Bendigo & Christchurch in the video.

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> Mal Rowe, thinking that perhaps WGR will just be the first narrow gauge tramway in Australia.

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