George and Kate’s train has been running on an automated system for the last five years, but it will be running for a bit longer this week.
The train will be leaving the Prince George station at 2.30pm and will leave at 4pm.
The new route will be on the same track as the old one, so it will stop at the new Prince George stations as well as the former Victoria stations.
The Prince George branch of the Victoria and Albert Railway runs on the old Princes Highway line and is also on a new track.
In an email to the ABC, Victoria’s deputy chief executive Andrew Coe said it was “important” to keep the train running as much as possible.
“Our staff are encouraged to use our existing trains for services to Prince George and the surrounding communities,” Mr Coe wrote.
The Princes Railway said it would continue to work closely with Victoria’s transport department to improve its service. “
This means that we will have to operate on a daily basis at our Prince George Station, which we will be doing as normal.”
The Princes Railway said it would continue to work closely with Victoria’s transport department to improve its service.
Victoria’s regional rail services, including the Princes High Street line, will remain open from Wednesday, and the Princedome branch of Victoria’s regional train network will continue to operate.
On Tuesday morning, the train was travelling on its old Princess Highway line at a speed of about 15km/h (9mph) between the Princester Junction and Prince George.
By the end of the day, the new Princes route would be operating at about 14km/hour.
Mr Coe added it was important for people to plan ahead, and to make sure they knew where they would be going.
He said Victoria’s department had been making some improvements to its PrincesHigh Street line to improve safety.
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