QCL 85: When livestock needed Qld's rail links to be delivered

Mark Phelps
By Mark Phelps
Updated July 24 2020 - 4:51am, first published 4:40am
One of the earliest editions of Queensland Country Life in 1935 proposed that an inland rail system be developed.

SUCH was the angst created by the difficulties in moving livestock in Australia prior to the development of efficient road trains, plenty of thought was given to how the rail system could be better laid out to shift big numbers of cattle and sheep.



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