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Tasmania. Australia

The 70km trip from Tonganah to East Tamar took almost 4 hours to complete and that was on a good day! The future of the line was put into doubt when Pacific National took over operations on the Isle and as it was the last domain of the ZC class, their future was also cloudy. In the final year of operation ZC class no.s 2145 and 2144 approach Lebrinna on March 22nd 2004

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