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Grace Fitzgibbon Published on 24 January 2016
A heritage railway turntable in Goulburn which has been out of order for over two years, is spinning once more.
In 2013 substantial damage was caused to the 80 year old piece of equipment when a train de-railed, spilling 90 tonnes of canola into its pit.
Despite a push to have the turntable restored, repair work did not begin until late last year.
The turntable will now be used by the Goulburn Locomotive Roundhouse Preservation Society.
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