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The Pokataroo railway line is a railway line in New South Wales, Australia. It branches from the Walgett line at Burren Junction, and opened in 1906. The line is closed beyond Merrywinebone. Passenger services were withdrawn in 1974. The line is primarily used for grain haulage with large grain loading facilities located at Merrywinebone and Rowena.
Pokataroo is 716 km from Sydney. Pokataroo is often referred to as the 'End of the Line' because of the turning triable of the railway track where one of the legs is a short dead end. These are used to move locomotives around.
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