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All Kaufland stores?
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[Shuz] wrote:
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All Kaufland stores?
Yep, see Anzac Hwy thread: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=6438&start=45#p188285
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New office space, apartments and townhouses at West.
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PeFe wrote:
Thu Jan 02, 2020 3:52 pm
West Lakes Boulevard was built in the 70's with the intention of a train line going down the middle.....yes a heavy rail line (extension of the Hendon branch)

However the property developer objected at the time saying "that sort of development would bring the wrong sort of people to West Lakes"

So yes there is plenty of room for a tram line.
Hendon closed in 1980, so was the Hendon railway line in the middle of the road when the road was built?
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Post by Mpol02 »

I’ve been into West showrooms a few times and they do hope and have made room for a tram line. It’ll go down west lakes boulevard and end in believe in the Main Street of this development. That was a few years back, things may (most likely) have changed.
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