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RICHMOND VALE RAILWAY MUSEUM TO REOPEN FOR BUSINESS

The Richmond Vale Railway Museum is back on track after a fierce bushfire tore through much of its collection last September.

The museum will re-open to the public this weekend, having repaired some of the more than a million dollars worth of damage to rollingstock and timber sleepers.

It briefly hosted a special Christmas event in November, but has since remained off-limits.

The doors will open at 9:30 on Sunday morning.

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