West Coast Wilderness Railway

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October 27th 2011
Published: October 30th 2011EDIT THIS ENTRY

Thursday I did work experience at The West Coast Wilderness Railway. An awesome attraction, which had an amazing team and they reallly managed to get everybody excited, including me. Once again a wonderfull and beautiful trip in Strahan.

It was a trip back in time to where men laboured through mud, rain and treacherous landscapes to forge a link between the mining town of Queenstown and the port of Strahan.

The West Coast Wilderness Railway forms a gateway for visitors to explore Tasmania’s unique rail heritage, discovering the inspiring story of the pioneers who built the railway more than 100 years ago.

Along this journey you will stop at stations of the past – where your trained guides will bring to life the stories of these historic points on the railway.

Read more; http://www.puretasmania.com.au/default.asp?pID=46

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