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Trans-Australian Railway - Indian Pacific continued

Until the introduction of the Indian Pacific service in 1970, travel between west and east involved changing trains and railway gauges whenever crossing State borders.  Yet for all its inconvenience, perhaps because of it, the railway remained an important symbol of national unity.

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