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Category: Sense of Place
Photo and caption by Brendan Richards
Borenore Railway Station, one of several country town rail stations in New South Wales that are no longer operational. Situated roughly 270 kilometres / 167.77 miles north-west of Sydney, Borenore railway station is situated on the Broken Hill line (which runs north-west from Orange to Broken Hill). The station opened in October 1885, but it is unknown when it ceased operating as a railway station. These days the station building is used by a local tennis club. Incidentally, the Broken Hill line is also part of Australia's transcontinental railway running from Sydney to Perth.
Location: Borenore, New South Wales, Australia
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