"On the Fernleigh Track with Scott Bevan": Part 6 - Kahibah to the light at the end of the tunnel

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By Scott Bevan
Updated February 4 2022 - 1:19pm, first published February 3 2022 - 11:30pm
LIVING HERITAGE: Rail historian Ed Tonks walks through Redhead Tunnel, a cyclist passes the signal box ruins at Fernleigh Loop, and centre, a passenger train at Fernleigh Loop in 1966. Pictures: Ron Preston and Max Mason-Hubers

REACHING the point where the Fernleigh Track crosses Burwood Road at Kahibah, you are provided with a reminder of what makes this path in the midst of suburbia and our busy lives so special.

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Scott Bevan is a senior writer for The Newcastle Herald. He has also worked in radio and television and is the author of six books.