Links to heritage (aka old) trains and some related videos.
Heritage Train Operators
Transport Heritage NSW
is the main, state government supported saviour of old trains.
It's museum is
at Thirlmere, with train rides every Sunday and for special events.
is the tour operator running trains all over the state, especially
Valley Heights Museum
is located at Valley Heights in the Blue Mountains, with limited
open days featuring short rides.
Lachlan Valley Railway
operates many train tours, around Sydney and in rural areas, including
the popular Kiama Picnic Train from Sydney. Their operation is based
in Cowra. Trains run aplenty, with booking available on the web site.
also run trains around Sydney. They are the operators of the famous,
stream lined locomotive 3801, which is currently out of service
during bolier maintenance. Train tours are currently diesel hauled.
St James Rail
operates escorted rail journeys across Australia and around the world.
Assorted train videos for your wasting of time.
Sydney Heritage Transport, 2014
Queens Birthday weekend in June is the time to celebrate old means of transport around Sydney - mostly trains, but also buses.
Heritage Transport Expo, 2016
Queen's Birthday weekend is time for the Heritage Transport Expo at Sydney's Central Station, including the first appearance of a Red Rattler, with over 80 year old carriages. And the Great Train Race.
Five days by train around New South Wales
The 2017 ANZAC Rail Cruise was to northern and western New South Wales, aboard a heritage train. While the principal event was the ANZAC Day march in Gilgandra, the train stopped in several locations providing a chance to see and experience a bit more than just what was outside the window.
St. James Rail: http://www.stjamesrail.org/
Transport Heritage NSW: https://www.transportheritagensw.com.au/