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Picture relating to Meekatharra - titled 'Meekatharra Train'
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Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Rescuers inspect the wreckage of the Camp Mountain train disaster, 1947'
Picture relating to Home Hill - titled 'Train carrying sugar cane to the Inkerman Mill, Home Hill, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Uniformed officers attend to a female survivor of the Camp Mountain railway disaster, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Male survivor being interviewed at the scene of the Camp Mountain train disaster, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Rescue workers remove a body from a railway carriage at Camp Mountain, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Female train accident survivor is carried away by rescue workers at Camp Mountain, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Rescue workers attempt to free injured passengers from a train wreckage at Camp Mountain, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Rescue workers remove a body from a railway carriage at Camp Mountain, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'People gathered at the wreckage of the derailed train at Camp Mountain, 1947'
Picture relating to Camp Mountain - titled 'Crowd gathered at the Camp Mountain railway disaster, 1947'

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Meekatharra Train

contributed by caladenia, taken in 1947
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The train used to regularly transport passengers, freight and stock to Meekatharra. Now the railway is gone and the tracks pulled up.