We are excited to announce that we can shortly start tours again and share our beautiful heritage trains with you, including on our Cockatoo Run tour and others.
We thank everyone for their support over the last two years. These years have been perhaps toughest of the company’s lifetime.
We recently re-located some of the fleet to a private siding in the Hunter Valley with ready access to the main line. We are also working on other stabling sites to support our operations, and to which we can take the remaining non-operational vehicles from the Large Erecting Shop.
1. We are financially stable.
2. We are accredited.
3. We continue to be supported by our locomotive partners.
4. We are planning tours and will release dates for these soon.
What is next?
To support these tours, we are reconnecting with our volunteers and will soon start retraining and requalification activities with them.
If you would like to volunteer with us (even if you have not worked with us before), please contact us through our website. Key roles include train crews, passenger attendants, and carriage preparation teams.
We are also looking for people who may wish to join the management team in a range of roles (particularly operations and technology). Please contact us if you are interested (also via the website).
All roles are on a voluntary basis for the foreseeable future.
We also look forward to working closer with other heritage organisations for the betterment of the industry on the whole and believe that there are many opportunities for collaboration to make this happen.
When further information becomes available it will be passed onto you. We look forward to working again with you and promoting rail heritage!
The Board and Management Team