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In 1949, the Western Australian Government Railways, Tramways, and Ferries split into the Western Australian Railways Commission and the Western Australian Government Tramways and Ferries. In 1975, the Western Australian Government Railways Commission announced the introduction of a new corporate symbol and marketing name, to be used from 1976 onwards. Westrail and Western Australian Government Railways both appeared on publications for some time, with Westrail taking preceedence from 1976. Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication. Until December 2000, the Western Australian Government Railways Commission (WAGR) traded under the name of Westrail, providing both freight and passenger services in addition to selling track access to interstate and tourist operators. On 17 December 2000 WAGR's freight business was sold to the Australian Railway Group. It also ceased trading under the name of Westrail

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[Perth, Western Australia] : [Western Australian Government Railways], [between 1970 and 1979?]
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