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Anyone traveled from Melbourne to Sydney by train?

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Joined: 05 Nov 2004
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Posted: 05/12/08 - 04:36    Post subject:

I will go to Melbourne this year, have some friends living there that I havent seen for quite some time. This is my first trip to Australia so I am planning to tour this land as much as possible. So I decided to maybe take a train from Melbourne to Sidney. I wonder if anyone has experienced this way of traveling. Opinions in order!
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Joined: 26 Apr 2007
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Posted: 06/10/08 - 21:32    Post subject:

I dont think that train is a popular way of transportation in Australia. I must say I admire your optimistic thought to travel that long distance using the services of the Australian railway. I can only assure you that considering the stories I have heard, that could be an unpleasant and long ride. Their trains arent like Japanese ones, meaning pretty damn slow.
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