Steam At Thirlmere

I visited the trainworks at Thirlmere on 3rd March 2013 and here are some of the many locos in the static display area. There were also many working engines taking passengers of short 50 minutes train rides. I really enjoyed my day with a two and a quarter hour steam hauled train ride from Sydney Central station to Thirlmere. The loco 3642 got us here and also took us all back to Sydney at the end of a great day.

Copyright: Phil whitten
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Uploaded: 03/03/2013
Updated: 12/03/2013


Tags: steam; loco; thirlmere; trainworks; 3642; museum; railway
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