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West Coast Wilderness Railway

West Coast Wilderness Railway                          


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
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