Acland, QLD 4401

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Computer Repairs Acland, QLD 4401

Acland is a small town north of Oakey, on the Darling Downs, 160 km west of Queensland's state capital, Brisbane. It is within the local government area of Toowoomba Region. Originally built to support what would become Queensland's oldest continuously worked coal mine, the town had a population of between 200 and 400 prior to the mine being shut down in 1984. In 2008, almost all properties comprising the town were purchased by the new mine operators with the intention that they be demolished as the open cut mine expands into the town site. By 2009, there was only one remaining resident, Glenn Beutel, who had refused the company's offer to purchase his property. The town is Acland is believed to be named by then Commission of Railways, Charles Barnard Evans, whose mother's maiden name was Acland. Acland town developed following the mining of coal in the area by the Acland Coal Company. The town had a police officer by 1913, at which time there was also a primary school nearby, known as Lagoon Creek. Acland Railway Station Post Office opened on 1 May 1913. It was replaced by Acland Post Office in 1969, which closed October 1998.


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