Leigh Creek to Port Augusta railway

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The Leigh Creek to Port Augusta railway is a railway line used by Pacific National to haul coal from the Leigh Creek mine, which is owned and operated by Alinta Energy Services, a subsidiary of Alinta Energy, to the 540 megawatt Northern Power Station and the 240 megawatt Thomas Playford B power station in Port Augusta.[1]

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  1. Asciano Group, Investor Day Presentation, Asciano, September 15, 2011.

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