Limestone Coast Railway
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The Limestone Coast Railway was a 5 ft 3 in (1,600 mm) tourist railway that operated from Mount Gambier in South Australia's Limestone Coast region, running Redhen railcars to Kalangadoo and Tantanoola. Due to problems with public liability insurance, it was forced to suspend operations in about the year 2000. It resumed a limited service to Tantanoola and Naracoorte but again suspended its operations as of 1 July 2006.
All rail operations ceased as of December 2006. A letter dated 11 October 2007, sent to members and volunteers, said that the railway would cease to exist as an operating entity as from 31 October 2007 and would surrender its lease of the lines it operated over.
- "Limestone Coast Railway". Johnny's Pages. Retrieved 2013-10-28.
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