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In the Australian state of New South Wales, Ropes Crossing is a neighbourhood in the city of Blacktown in Sydney. Ropes Crossing is in the City of Blacktown, which is 49 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD and part of the Greater Western Sydney region.
Ropes Crossing used to be a part of St. Marys. The name of the neighbourhood comes from where Ropes Creek crosses. Ropes Creek is a stream that starts near Devils Back Tunnel and flows north into South Creek. It is about 23 kilometres long. The creek is named after Anthony Rope, a First Fleet convict who is thought to have been given land along the stream.
An area that used to store weapons from World War II and is now called Australian Defense Industries or (ADI). The area’s own railroad line got electricity in 1957. On May 1, 1942, the line only ran between St. Marys and Dunheved, which was 50.350 rail kilometres from Central Railway Station. Between Dunheved and Ropes Creek, which was 53.010 rail kilometres from Sydney, the route opened on June 29, 1942.
In the late 1950s, when electrification was extended on the western line, a new station called Cochrane was built 52.480 rail kilometres from Sydney. It opened to the public on September 2, 1957. Most of the freight on the line was weapons, and morning and afternoon passenger service was for people who worked in the weapons industry. As the line’s life came to an end, the only thing that happened on it was that scrap metal trains occasionally stopped at Sims Metal, which was off the Up line just south of Dunheved. When these trains ran, they were taken to Dunheved, where the locomotive circled the train before going back to the Sims Metal Siding to move full cars in and empty cars out as needed.
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