Launched in 2018, the new GWR Train Station is the second of the GWR stations.
It’s set to open in 2019.
Here are the key points to know about it: Key points: The station will have a capacity of 2,300 people, up from 1,400.
It will also be the second train station built in Queensland after the Gwyndwr station in the south.
The station’s primary purpose is to serve train operators and passengers travelling in and out of the state.
It has an indoor and outdoor seating area with the option to convert into a public walkway.
It is expected to be completed in 2019 and open to passengers in 2021.
It’ll be operated by train operator and train operator partner Qantas.
It comes with its own train station infrastructure including escalators, platforms and lifts.
It won’t be able to carry large groups of people.
It can only operate trains of one type, but the station is designed to accommodate larger trains and larger groups.
What you need to know: The train station is expected have a maximum capacity of 3,000 passengers per day.
The main train station on the Gwr Peninsula is only able to accommodate trains of three types.
However, there will be an extension in the future to accommodate up to 4,000 people.
There will also, as of 2018, be a second train building in the Gwynedd area.
The other train station, the Gysin station, will also open in 2021 but will not be used for passengers travelling into the state as it’s a government-owned facility.
The Gwyrdwr train station will be built on a railway corridor and is expected for completion in 2021 and operate from 2021.
The building will be a three-storey building, with an entrance on the south side and a second entrance on top.
It should have a minimum of 2.8 million square metres (1.3 million square feet) of ground floor space.
The construction is expected take around two years.
The state government has said that the station will create 2,500 new jobs.
The new station is also expected to provide additional train capacity for Qantans travelling from the Sunshine Coast, while the Queensland Government says it will create 500 permanent jobs.
What to expect in the opening ceremony: There will be three main events to mark the opening of the new station, starting at 9:00am, with train operators Qantadag, Qantash and Qantabug.
There’s also the unveiling of a new signage display at the station and a parade to honour the station’s history.
The first event will take place at 8:00pm.
There’ll be live music from DJ N’Bod and DJ Noodle at the start of the event.
There is also the opening reception with guests.
A full schedule is below: 9:30am: Qantah’s First Annual Birthday Party will begin.
The annual party is hosted by Qantaloo and the station staff will also have a cake to celebrate the station opening.
The line-up includes DJ Noodles, DJ Nambu, DJ Kari, DJ Cottie and DJ Burt.
10:00a.m.: Qantamonga will be joined by QANTA and QANTAR to celebrate.
This will include a toast to the station.
It starts with QANTACO from the station, followed by DJ Namba, DJ Lom, DJ Gai and DJ Kym.
10.00a: QANTAS will be taking a trip to Gwynidda for a train tour.
There are a number of stops on the route.
Qantapong is a stop on the line.
10a.am: A parade will take part at the Gydyra station.
There have been a number recent events commemorating the opening, including the opening party in 2019, the first train building opening in 2019 that was also a government funded project and the opening in 2021 that was part of a $2.7 billion Queensland Government program.
11:00 a.m: There’ll also be a parade at the new Qantatas station.
A total of 15,000 vehicles will take to the streets in support of the station being opened.
This event is being held at the end of the day. 11.00 a