Steam Power – Australian Rail Heritage brings together seven iconic locomotives to celebrate the golden age of Australian steam. Collect them all!
NM25 was built in 1925 to work the Central Australia Railway. It was often used to haul the ‘Ghan’ through to Alice Springs. Acquired for preservation it was restored to operational condition in the early 2000s.
No.504 was commissioned in the 1920s as part of an ambitious plan to upgrade the South Australian Railways. Designed to tackle steep climbs with ease, it went on to haul the famous Overland train for decades.
W945 was introduced to the Western Australian Railways in the 1950s. Though primarily used as a freight locomotive, W945 was also used to haul the Austriland from Perth to Bunbury. When the locomotive was restored in was given the name. ‘Banksiadale’.