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Your say: Stop being so negative and get behind Inland Rail

By Letters
December 1 2023 - 4:30am
A photograph of Baylis Street, looking north from the railway station, in about 1911. Picture supplied (Keating Album, Wagga Wagga City Library)
A photograph of Baylis Street, looking north from the railway station, in about 1911. Picture supplied (Keating Album, Wagga Wagga City Library)

When the railway first came to Wagga it ran through paddocks at the southern end of the village, in farmland with few dwellings nearby. The village was to the north.

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