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Snapshot, Teesdale Hill WA

contributed by GerryRyder, taken on 19 June 2011
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The Hotham Valley Tourist Railway operates a line from Dwellingup to Isandra Siding at the bottom of the Darling Scarp, as well as a forest line for a short 1/2 hour run each way into the iconic jarrah forest, one of WA's lifeblood industries before the discovery of gold. The forest run is often pulled by a steam loco that is around 110 years old of a class that was very common in WA, on government and forest industry lines for many years.
The locomotive shown here is an ex-Western Australian Government Railways 'W' class, a much later and well respected type popular with tourist rail operators for its serviceability and power.

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