Is Quorn a film set after the crew has gone home? With more jeering crows than people, it's a cinematographic little outback town with a pub-lined main street. Wheat farming took off here in 1875, and the town prospered with the arrival of the Great Northern Railway from Port Augusta. Quorn (pronounced 'corn') remained an important railroad junction until trains into the Flinders were cut in 1970.
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