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APA Citation

Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics.  (1977).  A study of Port Pirie bogie exchange.  Canberra :  Australian Government Publishing Service

MLA Citation

Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics.  A study of Port Pirie bogie exchange / Bureau of Transport Economics  Australian Government Publishing Service Canberra  1977

Australian/Harvard Citation

Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics.  1977,  A study of Port Pirie bogie exchange / Bureau of Transport Economics  Australian Government Publishing Service Canberra

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  | author1=Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics
  | year=1977
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  | language=English
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