TOWNSVILLE RAILWAY STATION
DURING WW2

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Townsville Railway Station - July 2002

Townsville Railway Station played a major role during WW2. Many thousands of troops and many tons of supplies arrived at or passed through Townsville during WW2. 

The decommissioned old Townsville Railway Station in May 2006

 

hathorn04.jpg (38699 bytes) A homemade bus belonging to the 2nd Service Squadron of the 4th Air Depot Group parked outside the Townsville Railway Station in Flinders Street. The bus was used to take troops to downtown Townsville for the night out. Note the air raid shelter on the footpath behind the bus.
qr03.jpg (58760 bytes) Townsville Railway Station in July 2002

 

I'd welcome any more information or photos of
the Townsville Railway Station during WW2 years

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I'd like to thank Chuck Hathorn for his assistance with this home page.

 

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