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Railroad Links Directory: Top : International Railways : Oceania

International Railways : Oceania

International Railways in Oceania. Oceania contains countries such as Australia and New Zealand along with many small islands, such as Christmas Island.

There are 4 links in this category

AustralAsia Railway Corporation
This railway comprises 824 kilometre standard gauge section from Tarcoola to Alice Springs that opened in 1980 and the new 1420 kilometre section from Alice Springs to Darwin that opened in 2004.

The Corporation was set up in 1997 to manage the awarding of a Build, Own, Operate and Transfer back (BOOT) concession for the AustralAsia Railway and to enter into contractual arrangements with the successful consortium (Asia Pacific Transport Pty Ltd) and its successor Genesee and Wyoming.

Info: URL: http://www.aarail.com.au/ (Added: 18-Jan-2004)
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Australia - Great Southern Rail
Great Southern Rail has owned and operated The Ghan (Adelaide-Alice Springs-Darwin), the Indian Pacific (Sydney-Adelaide-Perth) and The Overland (Melbourne-Adelaide) rail journeys since 1997 when it became the first transcontinental passenger rail business to be privatised in Australia.

Our national headquarters and operations are based in Adelaide, South Australia.

Info: URL: https://journeybeyondrail.com.au/ (Added: 22-Jan-2002)
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Genesee & Wyoming Australia (GWA)
As Genesee & Wyoming's largest and fastest-growing region, Genesee & Wyoming Australia (GWA) owns nearly 5,000 kilometres of track in South Australia and the Northern Territory, including the 2,200-km Tarcoola-to-Darwin railway. An accredited rail-service provider in six states (all but Tasmania), GWA provides intrastate haulage of bulk commodities including grain, steel, gypsum and minerals as well as short-haul shunting and terminal operations. GWA is also a major supplier of contracted services, such as locomotives, wagons and crews, for freight forwarding on the interstate rail network.

A safety leader in the industry, GWA has more than 300 employees, 70 locomotives and 950 active wagons. Through long-term contracts and acquisition of locomotives and equipment to support customer projects, GWA seeks to form long-term partnerships with customers.

Following the 2010 acquisition of the 2,200-km Tarcoola-to-Darwin railway, GWA more than ever offers the operating expertise, safety record, infrastructure and financial strength to serve new customers in central Australia and beyond.

Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/australia/genesee_wyoming_australia#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 18-Oct-2001)
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Watco Western Australia
On December 13, 2010, the CBH Group of Western Australia announced Watco had been awarded its long-term grain rail contract. The CBH Group is a Western Australian farmer-owned cooperative that was established in 1933. It's controlled by more than 4,800 grower-shareholders who plant and harvest grain grown across the 320,000 square kilometres (198,840 square miles) that comprise the Western Australian grain belt.

Watco began its Western Australian operations in March of 2012 and provides comprehensive rail logistics services including train planning and scheduling, tracing, maintenance and inventory control. The railroad transports an average of 10-12 million tonnes (368-441 million bushels) of grain from 192 country reception sites to CBH's four export terminals.

Info: URL: https://www.watcocompanies.com/services/rail/australia/ (Added: 25-Mar-2015)
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