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    Puffing Billy Steam Locomotive at Gembrook

    contributed by GraemeReid, taken in 2014
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    Puffing Billy Steam Locomotive at Gembrook Victoria.
    This 2ft 6in narrow gauge railway terminates at Gembrook. It was one of the early pioneer lines, this one through the steep Dandenong Ranges originating at the end of the broad gauge line at Ferntree Gully from Melbourne. The line was closed in the 1950s and the broad gauge was extended to Belgrave. Puffing Billy was stored until its line was restored from Belgrave and firstly to Menzies Creek. Later extensions were to Emerald about 1965 and then Emerald Lake and then to Gembrook. Puffing Billy is now a major attraction with modern workshops for locomotives and carriages and daily services

    This picture is also part of the Bonzle Railways (open in new window) photo collection.