Sydney–Brisbane rail corridor
Originally the corridor was made up of the Queensland Rail narrow gauge Southern line and the New South Wales Government Railways standard gauge line that met at the inland town of Wallangarra at a break-of-gauge in 1888. It was not until 1930 that the coastal, standard gauge North Coast railway line was extended from Casino to Brisbane making through services possible, using a rail ferry for the river crossing in Grafton in New South Wales, until a bridge was opened in 1932.
- Northern Sydney Freight Corridor – a package of capacity improvements between Sydney and Newcastle
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