Barraba railway line
The Barraba branch railway line is a closed railway line in New South Wales, Australia. The line, which was opened on 21 September 1908, ran for 99 kilometres (62 mi) north along the Manilla valley to the town of Barraba from the Main North railway line at West Tamworth.
The line is now open for only 6 kilometres (4 mi) for use as grain wagon storage.
A stop block is in place at Dampier Street, Tamworth and the line was damaged by flood along Wallamore Road on 29 November 2008.
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