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Kath's own rail career began when she was 23, working the gates at Kundle Kundle. Each year, Kath and Betty and their husbands look forward to the annual railway dinners, which bring retired workers back together, providing them with the opportunity to re-live those past glory days of one of Taree's greatest industries. Fred hit the anchors on the truck, and the truck hit the gates before it came to a stop. After Betty gave up rail work, and her husband Tom retired after an accident 35 years ago, she found herself with plenty of time on her hands. Their mum did the same, sitting alongside Kath Metz for many years, to raise funds for the upgrade of the Taree riverbank parks. The old steam driven passenger trains were replaced by diesel engines and later XPTs, and freight trains became longer and heavier, but less frequent. As we approach the celebrations of the Centenary of Rail in Taree, to be observed officially on Saturday, May 11, it's timely to look back at some of the personalities who kept the trains 'on track' during what were once much busier days on our railways, than today. While Betty and her mum were daytime gatekeepers, men were employed to do that duty at night, and they slept in a tiny 'box' by the side of the tracks. Luckily we never lost a life! I rushed out and saw my girls sitting in the middle of the tracks! Kath and Betty recall their parents moving to the Manning where they were raised at Johns River. Irene married a railway man, George Boulds. And even though many of these positions have now faded into history, Hendry family members continue with the State rail system today, in vastly different roles to their forebears. Betty too recalls many close calls. The carriages from the goods train had become uncoupled, but the momentum saw them still rolling along the tracks. Kath, meantime, was carrying out similar gatekeeping duties at Kundle Kundle.

IF ever one family could be synonymous with moorland railway station nsw railway's heyday along the stretch of line from Taree to Kendall, it would have to be the Hendrys.

And go here too, that these were very busy rail days - up to 60 trains a day. The loco workshops and their famous roundhouse were pulled down, and the Taree 'refreshment rooms' closed, replaced by buffet cars.

Before leaving Glen Innes, Donald had married Ivy Gardiner, and the first of what was to become a large family had begun arriving. Sisters Betty Mayers and Kathleen Minett with a relic from the past, an apparatus passed moorland railway station nsw train drivers and stationmasters to relay messages.

Betty even won the Aquatic Queen crown one year. Ivy, and later Kath and Betty whose story we are telling were to enjoy long stints as railway gatekeepers, opening and shutting the manual traffic gates that dotted the Pacific Highway north of Taree, each time a train was passing through. Source married a railman, Tom Mayers, whose jobs included being a shunter in Taree, working in a parcels office in Sydney, and as assistant stationmaster at Taree.

Home News Local News. We lived at the back of the signal box. Bobby now deceased and younger brother John both worked on the Kundle Kundle gates north of Taree, and in Taree itself.

The next three born, Maureen, Beryl and Carol, did not have any railway connections, but Dennis the final Hendry also followed in his dad's footsteps and worked as a fettler, principally at Maitland.

Both Kath and Betty, and their moorland railway station nsw, threw themselves into working for the Manning River Aquatic Association, mainly selling art union tickets. There was this big deep ditch we had to jump across, and many times we missed getting to the gates on time.

Later we went to Saltwater. One of the signalmen saw her and yelled out to a shunter who was closer, who grabbed her off the line. The era of steam, as it was known, marked one of the most prosperous times for Taree, with it being an important rail town with huge repair workshops beside the railway station, and a busy 'Refreshment Room' adjacent to the station platform, manned all hours.

The same would happen from Coopernook, if the trains were heading north. Donald was one of the few who did not join the railway. Betty too has a story of her own kids just click for source the rail line as a playground.

Betty recalls other memorable days, like when the famed Redex car trials were passing along the highway, and the entrants knew every minute counted. It was inevitable, then, that Kath and Ken's own children would find rail careers. At the time she was working alongside her mother as joint gatekeeper. Kath remembers it was always a race against time to jump off the verandah of the house and get to the gates in time. Kath and Ken cooked and served Meals on Wheels out of their own home in Coopernook for many years. Another heart-stopping day was one on which, unknown to Kath, her two daughters, aged three and four, decided the middle of the North Coast rail line was a great place to play. She recalls he was "very lucky to have lived" but she can't remember what state the trolley ended up in. Her legendary work including the running of annual Princess Quests has since raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to keep the service going. Remember that this was the Pacific Highway, with semi-trailers and buses and cars and caravans etc, all having to negotiate a host of rail crossings. Kath recalls with a laugh what was not such a laughing matter at the time. Eldest son Timothy joined the railway as a welder and fettler; eldest son Cherryle married a railway man - John, a fettler; their younger daughter Sue married a rail man - Wayne, a guard and shunter now based at Broadmeadow; their youngest son Raymond was the only one of the four who didn't pursue a rail career. I had to fill out an accident report though. There were times to spare in between trains, of course, even though life was dictated by the ringing of that phone. We were yelling at him as he couldn't hear the train, and finally he got the message, jumped off the trolley and rolled down the bank to safety, just in time. Three generations of the family worked either as train drivers, firemen, stationmasters and gatekeepers, across the local region and further afield. Betty began working the Moorland railway gates in , after initially pursuing a nursing career at Taree's Mayo Hospital then situated on the corner of Manning and Wynter Streets. Sadly, Taree's glory days of rail began to decline as diesel engines took over from the old steam trains. Then I saw this car come flying down the hill, and I went flying out to stop him. He spent time also as an assistant stationmaster travelling to other centres across the state on relief duties. Nineteen years ago, after a precious granddaughter was flown out of Taree on a Westpac Rescue Helicopter mercy mission, Betty almost singlehandedly formed the Taree support group for the helicopter rescue service. Her closest call came one day when well known local, Fred Atkins, was approaching in his log truck, and she had just shut the gates for an approaching train. I was yelling my head off, and the Lamberts who were milking their cows nearby heard me, and ran over and pushed the car off the track just as the train came through. We caught up recently with two members of that family There, along with his fellow Australian soldiers, one of his jobs was helping to build vital rail lines through some pretty rugged terrain. That's where Kath met her husband, Ken Minett, as he progressed up the railway ladder working at Coopernook, Melinga and Taree to assistant stationmaster. An extremely high proportion of the total population of Taree was indeed employed on 'the railway', and that is certainly the case with the Hendry family. We'd have races behind the Rushby Casino.