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Wallangara Train Station, Wallangarra
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Wallangarra railway station is located on the New South Wales/Queensland state border in the town of Wallangarra.HistoryWallangarra station opened on 4 February 1887, when the Queensland Railway's Southern line was extended from Stanthorpe.On 16 January 1888, the New South Wales Government Railways' Main Northern line was extended from Tenterfield. Even though it shared a common station, the New South Wales station was initially named Jennings after the town on its side of the border. It adopted the Wallangarra name shortly after. The state border passes through the station.Because of the break-of-gauge, the station was built with one island platform with one building, with the western occupied by the narrow gauge line from Queensland and the eastern side by the standard gauge line from New South Wales. Each side of the building sported the awnings and signage of its occupants. Until the completion of the North Coast line in 1930, it was the main route between Sydney and Brisbane.In 1988, the New South Wales line from Tenterfield closed. The last train to operate north of Tenterfield was an Australian Railway Historical Society charter on 15 January 1988 hauled by diesel locomotive 4487. However, in the same year, Queensland Rail installed a gantry crane formerly used at Clapham Yard in Brisbane.
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  • We enjoyed a little family rivalry while stepping across the Queensland - New South Wales border on our way into the centre. The building is well maintained and in keeping with the era. There is a lot...  more »
  • Worth a trip here. Tidy and interesting. The food is cafe was ok and the restoration of the original building is really good. The attached museum is really interesting too. 
  • Wonderful,place to visit. History abounds. The restaurant serves superb food with friendly staff, making it a wonderful e periwnce 
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  • Great spot to check out the vast rail history and separate gauges between NSW and QLD.
  • There is a cafe here and a small museum. The museum is interesting and the cafe has a decent and affordable menu. Great spot for lunch.
  • Great place, the food is very good, Amanda is friendly. All for a good price
  • There is a cafe here now. It rocks
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