Nowhere else in Australia have two historic towns been connected by steam railway. Seen in action, working the entire 16km between Maldon and Castlemaine, two of the Victorian Railway’s final working steam classes on the broad gauge.
-K class No 160
-J class No 549
Plus T class (diesel) No 333. With a look back at historic footage of all locos in service prior to preservation.
Bellarine Peninsula Railway
Based at Queenscliff, this unique and picturesque 16km coastal railway connects Queenscliff to Drysdale. Motive power includes a collection of 3ft 6in gauge steam and diesel locos from other states.
-Q.R. PB15 No 454.
-S.A.R. T class No 251.
-T.G.R. M class No 6.
-T.G.R. X class (diesels) No’s 3 & 20.
-W.A.G.R. V class No 1209.
Again with a look back in time to each of these loco classes during revenue earning service.
Running time – 1 hour (approx)