Yes, Gundagai does have a Maccas. That's the township in the background.
The haze is from the hazard reduction burns that happen in the narrow band of time between it being too hot and dangerous and too cold to light anything.
Good news buddy, it's a ex stock trail trail not a rail trail.
Walking and bike trails in the country get mixed reactions.
On the positive side, they are pleasant paths that add to the charm of a location and bring in tourists.
The negative side is a mixture of wanting to keep it for it's original use, concern of crime, fencing or stock issues or just inbreds not liking strangers.
For the rail trails, those trains are never coming back.
Gundagai is known for three things:
1. The Slim Dusty song
2. The dog on the tuckerbox
3. The twin wooden bridges over the floodplain and Murrumbidgee River
I think the best of the three is the bridges. The photo doesn't do it justice but the road bridge in front with the rail bridge behind.
The town is bypassed with a fancy concrete bridge (just in front of the hills in the photo) and the rail line closed so the bridges are on disrepair.
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