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Cairns commemorate the work of railway workers.
Drillham originated as a railway service town in 1878. A railway weir provided water for steam locomotives and a camp was established while a bridge was built over the river. Reminders of the hardships endured by the railway workers can be seen today in the form of roadside cairns commemorating their efforts.
|Address:||Warrego Highway, Drillham, 4224|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -26.641209|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.