Rail services along the Echuca-Toolamba rail line have resumed after the line fell into disuse because of a reduction in speed limits.April 1, 2014 9:30am
Rail services along the Echuca-Toolamba rail line have resumed after the line fell into disuse because of a reduction in speed limits.
SunRice last week confirmed it resumed transporting goods along the 67
The speed limit along the line dropped to 30
By November 1, speed limits had returned to 50
The spokeswoman said the company was now operating five to six services a week on the line.
‘‘The train is scheduled to operate on nightshift departing Melbourne at 7
‘‘The train departs Toolamba at 6.30
The line was reopened in October last year after a $7.2
SunRice was a partner in the refurbishment.
The spokeswoman said ‘‘no trains are scheduled to use the Bendigo line going forward’’.
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