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Bush fire affected communities in regional NSW could receive a welcome tourism boost if a proposal to include rail trail projects as part of the recovery efforts is accepted.

It was bad news for supporters of the railway this week when an independent study found that reopening the northern line between Armidale and Tenterfield for freight and passenger services would not be economically viable.

Efforts to create a tourist rail trail along the former Casino to Murwillumbah train line have failed at the second hurdle.

Earlier this year the New South Wales Government called for Expressions of Interest for pilot projects along the north coast line and the Tumbarumba to Rosewood line in the state's south.

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