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Aurizon working to catch up on lost tonnes

AURIZON has said it will work closely with its customers in coming weeks to make up for lost tonnages caused by the September 26 derailment on the Hunter Line.

Aurizon is working with its customers to make up for lost tonnages.

Aurizon is working with its customers to make up for lost tonnages.

A loaded Pacific National coal train derailed in the path of an oncoming empty Aurizon service about 12.25pm on September 26. Fortunately nobody was injured. The empty train struck some of the derailed...

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