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The Australian Railway Monument was built as a tribute to the railway industry and its employees for their contribution to Australia`s development through rail.
It includes six stainless steel figures depicting various aspects of railway work, plus an honour board of over 2,000 names commemorating the workers killed on the railways since the 1850s. Eleven flagpoles were added to the memorial in 2008.
|Address:||Railway Avenue, Railway Station, Werris Creek, 2341|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -31.348611|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Saturday 1st October, 2005|
To commemorate the unveiling of Australian Railway Monument by Mr John Watkins MP
Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport
Saturday 1 October 2005
The eleven flagpoles of the Australian Railway Monument were erected through the generosity of New England / North West Group Taining ( a divisiion of Hunter Valley Training Co. Pty. Ltd)
And were officially unveiled on Wednesday, 23rd January, 2008 by Hon. Milton Morris AO, former Minister for Transport