Little Liverpool Range
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The Little Liverpool Range is a mountain range of the Scenic Rim in South East Queensland, Australia. It runs from the Main Range to the west of Aratula northwards to the area between Marburg and Hatton Vale where it is crossed by the Warrego Highway. The range separates the Bremer River valley from the Laidley Creek valley, which is a tributary of Lockyer Creek.
Mountain peaks in the Little Liverpool Range include Mount Stradbroke, Mount Grandchester, and Two Tree Hill. One of the regions weather stations Marburg radar station is positioned on the range at a height of 370 m (1,210 ft).
The Little Liverpool Range was an obstacle that hindered development of a railway from Brisbane to Toowoomba. Under the range are two tunnels. One named Victoria Tunnel is 537 m (1,762 ft) long and is the oldest and longest railway tunnel in the state.
The Little Liverpool Range is not to be confused with the Liverpool Range in New South Wales which also has a railway tunnel at the summit.
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