Railway Reserves Heritage Trail

Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, also on some maps as Rail Reserve Heritage Trail or Rail Reserves Historical Trail - and frequently referred to locally as the 'Bridle Trail' or 'Bridle Track', is within the Shire of Mundaring in Western Australia.

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Eastern Railway (Western Australia) - Railway Reserves Heritage Trail
... See also Railway Reserves Heritage Trail The Railway Reserves Heritage Trail is the result of the Mundaring Shire Council being allocated funds from a number ... Between 2004–2006, the trail has had considerable signage and track maintenance conducted along the trail ... It is also utilised for the annual Trek the Trail event conducted in conjunction between Mundaring and Hills Historical Society, the Mundaring Shire ...

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