James Trigger Remembrance Day
100 years on from the train collision that claimed the life of James trigger on the 1st June 1918, the President and members of the Gayndah Heritage Railway, a non profit organisation preserving the history of Gayndah District Railway, invites the Trigger family, the local community and railway historians to Humphrey, to remember the life of James Trigger.
After the ceremony at Humphrey, refreshments will be held at the Gayndah Railway Station complex.
For further enquiries, contact Gayndah Heritage Railway President Jason Cooper on 0427 192 544 or email email@example.com
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