Designed in association with the Support Group
The Granville Train Disaster Association Incorporated is responsible for the collection of Stories and Data pertaining to the Disaster and the fellowship of all those involved.
With the assistance of the New South Wales Transport Minister, the CE of Sydney Trains and the Cumberland Council, the memorial wall and gardens have been refurbished. The area has been repathed, new seating, the plaques have been attended to and the memorial wall has had four new tablets fitted with the correction of the thirteen incorrectly spelt names.
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Start at 08:00am on the 18th January 2017.
The names of those fatally injured will be read out by relatives at 08:10. A small group of relatives will then move over to the western line for a moments silence.
At 10:00 a Church Service at St Marks Church Jamieson Street, Granville will commence for the relatives and survivors. Please be mindful that the church is small and immediate relatives and survivors will be given priority access. Following the service, a memorial walk back to the Bold Street Bridge for the display of roses off the the bridge at 11:55. The gathering will then proceed back across the road to the memorial garden for a wreath laying ceremony at 12:15pm.
Follow the services, all are invited back to the Granville Town Hall for refreshments and a display from the Granville Historical Society.