Community to have say on potential heritage rail site

MARSHALLING COMMUNITY SUPPORT: Roundhouse supporters Chris Pfeiffer, Neville Moody and Nathan and Julianne Woodruff rally at the heritage site yesterday. Picture: SANDRA MORELLO

THE Mount Gambier community is stepping up its campaign to save the city’s heritage railway roundhouse, which potentially could be dismantled.

The National Trust of South Australia will hold a public meeting in Mount Gambier on Wednesday at the Old Courthouse to canvass community views about re-using the site as part of a heritage precinct.

This follows the SA Heritage Council halting the demolition of the roundhouse in June by giving it provisional heritage listing.

The heritage council


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