About This ContentThe Warwick to Wallangarra route runs the famous Southern railway in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia. Set in 1990's era where a mix of Diesel freight and preserved steam trains frequent this route.
Wallangarra was created to service a break-of-gauge between Queensland's narrow gauge Southern railway line of 3ft. 6in. and New South Wales's standard gauge Main North railway line of 4ft. 8 1/2in. when the two systems came together in 1888.
The railway was the only rail link between Queensland and New South Wales until a standard gauge track was completed in 1932.
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