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Hi all, I have been up at Armidale for a week, and I had the opportunity to photograph the area around Armidale and Uralla stations, + a couple of Xplorer shots thrown in

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The historic Bicentennial railway museum at Armidale, just next to the Station Building itself, it houses a collection of trikes, and whatnot, the old pump that you can see in the foreground, is a water pump

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Armidale Station building, looking from the carpark, the machinery in the foreground, is being used to make a bigger carpark at Armidale, muchly needed too

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Photo of Uralla station sign, taken from outside the station

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View of the old historic station building at Uralla

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Looking South at Uralla, you can see the 555km peg, as well as what appears to be a perway siding for track machines, when they are up that way

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On the day of our departure from Armidale, NP24 stands in the sun, ready for it's 08:40am departure time for Sydney

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At Werris Creek, the Moree portion heads off and around the corner, it will then reverse, and couple up to the Armidale portion of the train, the 2 sets will then continue onto Sydney

Kind Regards