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V-Line to Leawarra...

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Hidden : 08/25/2009
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This is a Nano cahe hidden at a some what popular transportion hub for student's and other muggle's... Close to my home for easy maintenance.... Diffculty level may go up and down depending on the time you attempt it.. Please rehide as it was your own!! *There is NO reason to to venture onto the Train Track !!! * B.Y.O Pen or pencil!

The Stony Point line is a greater-metropolitan railway line in Melbourne, Australia. The line extends from the Frankston line and is part of the city's suburban passenger railway network, and is part of the Metcard integrated ticketing system (zone 2), but is not electrified like the rest of Melbourne's rail network. The passenger service has been operated with a variety of rolling stock over the past few decades, and was the last suburban service in Australia to be operated by a locomotive hauled train, after the demise of similar services in Brisbane by Queensland Rail. The line is also used by freight trains serving the adjacent steel mill.

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