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The Great Southern Railway (GSR) was the name of a railway company that operated from Beverley to Albany in Western Australia between 1886 and 1896. The construction of the railway led to economic activity in the region and the establishment of grain and sheep grazing, and the development of towns such as Katanning, Broomehill, Tambellup, Mount Barker and Woodanilling.
c.1884 Under construction
1896 The Western Australian Government Railways took over this company and the railway route also kept the name