On 16th November 1901 a North bound train with an engine driver and fi reman aboard, carrying fl our and copper ore and a south bound train also with an engine driver and a fireman aboard, carrying 170 bullocks consigned by Sir Sidney Kidman, collided at Walloway. The firemen from both trains were killed and many cattle were also lost. A memorial now stands alongside the railway line at Walloway in memory of this disaster. The Monument is located approximately 10km out of Orroroo on RM Williams Way towards Hawker. Turn left at Chapman Road and follow the road until you come to the Monument.