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Train steaming into Coffs

TRAIN spotters and buffs rejoice - the Lachlan Valley Steam Railway is returning to the city for a June long weekend run of shuttle trips between Coffs Harbour, Coramba and Raleigh, from Friday to Monday, June 8-11.

The last time the 3237, built in 1892, was in Coffs, it was booked out, so to secure your seats visit the station to buy your tickets today.

Topics:  coffs harbour, coramba, june, railway, train



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