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Australia. Parliament. Standing Committee on Public Works
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Report together with Minutes of evidence relating to the proposed extension of the Trans-Australian railway from Port Augusta to Red Hill (South Australia), and the laying of a third rail to provide a railway of 4-ft. 8½ in. gauge on the South Australian 5-ft. 3-in. gauge railway from Red Hill to the Central railway station, Adelaide
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[Melbourne] Printed and Pub. for the government of the commonwealth of Australia, by H.J. Green, government printer for the State of Victoria [1926]
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Australia. Parliament. Standing Committee on Public Works & Mackay, George Hugh. (1926). Report together with Minutes of evidence relating to the proposed extension of the Trans-Australian railway from Port Augusta to Red Hill (South Australia), and the laying of a third rail to provide a railway of 4-ft. 8½ in. gauge on the South Australian 5-ft. 3-in. gauge railway from Red Hill to the Central railway station, Adelaide Retrieved July 28, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2518040759

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Australia. Parliament. Standing Committee on Public Works and Mackay, George Hugh. Report together with Minutes of evidence relating to the proposed extension of the Trans-Australian railway from Port Augusta to Red Hill (South Australia), and the laying of a third rail to provide a railway of 4-ft. 8½ in. gauge on the South Australian 5-ft. 3-in. gauge railway from Red Hill to the Central railway station, Adelaide [Melbourne]: Printed and Pub. for the government of the commonwealth of Australia, by H.J. Green, government printer for the State of Victoria, 1926. Web. 28 July 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2518040759>

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Australia. Parliament. Standing Committee on Public Works & Mackay, George Hugh. 1926, Report together with Minutes of evidence relating to the proposed extension of the Trans-Australian railway from Port Augusta to Red Hill (South Australia), and the laying of a third rail to provide a railway of 4-ft. 8½ in. gauge on the South Australian 5-ft. 3-in. gauge railway from Red Hill to the Central railway station, Adelaide Printed and Pub. for the government of the commonwealth of Australia, by H.J. Green, government printer for the State of Victoria, [Melbourne] viewed 28 July 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2518040759

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  | year=1926
  | section=xii, 57 pages 33 cm
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