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Penfield railway line is a defunct railway in northern Adelaide which was used mainly for industrial purposes in the World War II years. It started just north of the Salisbury station on the Gawler line. The line then went north west and then turned north through DSTO in Edinburgh. It serviced four stations; Hilra, Penfield 1, Penfield 2, and Penfield 3. It was double track for the whole length. The line had a balloon loop for trains to go the other way. The line was closed and dismantled in 1991.The line opened in 1941 to service various World War II armaments factories at Penfield.

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Editor Indigo Theophanes Dax

Product Details

DUIN CEJPF8G2LRF

GTIN 9786137803950

Language English

Pages 56

Product type Paperback

Dimension 8.66  inches

Penfield Railway Line

Rail Transport, Salisbury Railway Station, Adelaide

Indigo Theophanes Dax

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