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The Kelana Jaya Line was the first fully automated driverless train in Malaysia's captial city of Kuala Lumpur. The Line forms a major part of the Klang Valley Integated Transit System and such is its popularity more lines are being added. Construction of this line began in 1994. the line is numbered 5 and coloured Ruby on the offical transit map. The line was formally known as the PUTRA LRT (Project Usahasama Transit Ringan Automatic Light Rapid Transit.) It is one of the longest fully automated driverless lines in the world, although it is worth noting these trains can be manually driven should there be a need to do so.
Total Running Time 77 Minutes

Price £17.95
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Australian Preserved Railways
This 3ft 6inch gauge line was originally constructed as a means of removing copper from the mines to the sea port of Strahan. today this line transports tourists on an adventure through tropical rainforest on a journey of discovery.
the line started operations in 1897, but was forced to close in 1963. the sigths and sounds of this railway came alive again in 2000 after a gap of 40 years. It operates with 3 of the original locomotives.
This video also includes old film footage of the last run in 1963.
Special Guest Narrator - Gillian Blake
Running Time 90 minutes
18.95 £(VAT incl.)
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