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Latest media releases

  
  
  
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Queensland Rail statement regarding ATSB Report
  
19/02/2020
The safety of our employees is our utmost priority.
Jump onboard Year of Indigenous Tourism with 60 per cent off Bundaberg and Rockhampton Tilt Trains
  
1/02/2020
Queensland Rail is offering 60 per cent off Bundaberg and Rockhampton Tilt Train services in February 2020, to encourage travellers to jump onboard the Year of Indigenous Tourism.

Queensland Rail statement: Freight train incident - Repairs complete on Mount Isa line
  
28/12/2019
The Sellheim to Mingela section of the Mount Isa line has now reopened for rail traffic following the derailment of four wagons of a Pacific National freight train on Monday, 23 December.
Queensland Rail statement: Freight train incident - Mount Isa line
  
24/12/2019
At approximately 9.30pm on Monday (23 December), four wagons of a Pacific National freight train derailed at Mingela on the Mount Isa line.
Queensland Rail brings rail safety messages to Gatton
  
1/11/2019
Following a spate of safety incidents within the rail corridor, Queensland Rail, in collaboration with Aurizon and the Queensland Police Service (QPS), will be bringing their rail safety messages to the Gatton community this week (22-25 October).
$28 million upgrades delivered to West Moreton line
  
1/11/2019
A $28 million project to replace 18 timber rail bridges with more durable structures between Rosewood and Chinchilla is now complete, with final works at Dalby completed last week.
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