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Mudgee is a large rural services and tourist town in the central west of new South Wales. It is probably best known these days for its large wine industry which provides the basis for tourism. Other rural produce includes cattle, sheep, wheat, alfalfa, olives, fruit, tomatoes, sweetcorn, honey, and dairy products. There are also coal mines in the district.

The town was connected to Sydney by railway in 1883-84. Passenger trains ran until 1985 when the trains were replaced by buses. The impressive old railway station is now heritage listed.

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Additional Photos by Ian Fegent (ifege) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3577 W: 102 N: 10483] (44017)
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