Stand-alone island

TASMANIA's 780 km narrow-gauge freight railway looks set to be the top seller in next month's sale of the remnants of the Australian National Railways Commission. Freed from the burdens of mainland cost structures, and benefiting from AN's A$1bn debt write-off, the vertically-integrated self-contained operation is seen as a nice ...

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