In the middle of 1959 a long legged black and white fox terrier turned up on the platform of Temora Railway Station. A smart and plucky dog, he was given the name Boofhead and it was soon clear that he thought trains were fun. Boofhead became known as Temora’s railway dog.
A statue now sits in the Temora Railway Museum as a tribute to Boofhead and his train adventures.
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