The line is spectacular in its engineering and its environment.
The presentation of the locomotives, steam and diesel, is second to none anywhere in the world.
|MOUNT LYELL No.5, built by North British in 1938|
|On the rack section through the forest|
|King River Gorge|
|The loco is being oiled by its female fireman from the pit at Dubbil Barril but she can't be seen underneath the locomotive|
|The diesel-hauled train from Strahan arrives at Dubbil Barril|
|Turning No.5 at Dubbil Barril|
|. . . and D2, also supplied originally to the Mount Lyell company|
|D2 at the Lower Landing station with typical west coast vegetation in the background|
|In the lower King valley|
|On arrival at Regatta Point, Strahan|
|At the Queenstown depot, MOUNT LYELL No.3, fitted with Porta-style draughting|
|Also at Queenstown, ex TGR V9, the first locomotive built at their Launceston Workshops|
|Regatta Point dusk|