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Snapshot, Teesdale Hill WA
contributed by JockSwa, 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, WA's lifeblood 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 was uploaded into the Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia entry for the Mountain or Hill 'Teesdale Hill'.
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