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MGs race train to Gundy

(From left) Jeff Newey, Ross Kelly and Southern Downs Steam Railway president John Brady will all hit the track today.
(From left) Jeff Newey, Ross Kelly and Southern Downs Steam Railway president John Brady will all hit the track today. Georja Ryan

A SWARM of MGs will smother the Cunningham Hwy today as they race the Southern Downs Steam Train to Goondiwindi in The Great Train Race.

More than 40 MG enthusiasts from across Australia will fire up their cars from 7.30am and follow the train to a lunch stop at Inglewood before they both arrive at Goondiwindi about 4pm.

People who would like to join the train ride should head to the Warwick railway station at 7am.

Cost: $90-$190.

Topics:  cunningham highway, mg




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