Data from Journey Beyond shows Overland's patronage steady

Alexander Darling
Updated January 16 2020 - 1:59pm, first published January 15 2020 - 1:49pm
The Overland leaving Murray Bridge in 2017.
The Overland leaving Murray Bridge in 2017.

As the Victorian and South Australian governments work to determine the future of the Overland passenger train, new figures show the service has had relatively steady patronage over past three years.

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Alexander Darling

Alexander has been a member of the Wimmera Mail-Times' editorial team since December 2018, covering politics, business and property among other rounds. He is a passionate St.Kilda and rock and roll fan, and has previously worked as a radio reporter in Port Macquarie and Gosford, NSW.

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