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Heritage Rail Motor - Casino to Kyogle Return

16/01/2022 (8:30am - 3:00pm)

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Organiser:
The Rail Motor Society Inc
Venue:
Casino Railway Station
Address:
Canterbury St, Casino NSW 2470, Australia
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Come aboard The Rail Motor Society and join us for a return journey from Casino to Kyogle Return

Join our train as we travel to Kyogle where you can enjoy the day exploring this wonderful town and the pumpkin festival. During the day our train will be running seperate trips from Kyogle and then at the end of the day you will join the train to return to Casino.

The Rail Motor Society is a mainline heritage rail operator based at Paterson, New South Wales, Australia, offering unique heritage train journeys.

The Society was established in 1984 as a not-for-profit organisation to collect, preserve and operate a representative fleet of NSW Government Railways rail motors. The Society’s sole focus was to be on self-propelled or diesel multiple unit rolling stock, a principle that it still adheres to today. The Society's heritage listed collection of rail motors, as well as other items of railway memorabilia are available for public inspection at our Depot and Museum.

The Society provides day, weekend and extended excursions with a focus on the group tour market. The Society also provides specialised rail tours for the railway enthusiast market. The CPH Class rail motors provide the ideal vehicle for the tourist and enthusiast market as their all-round vision enables passengers to enjoy a more panoramic view of the railway landscape than other forms of rail travel.

The CPH Class is also the lightest rail vehicle in NSW that enables them to be used across all lines in the State. Our 400 Class provides an ideal vehicle for inspection trains or small tour groups, while our 620 Class provides a suitable platform for comfortable long distance tours. The Society concentrates predominantly on tours to the Hunter Valley, the north, north coast and north west of the State. Other tourist destinations have been locations such as Albury, Brisbane, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Griffith, Parkes, Warren and the Illawarra and Southern Highlands.

COVID19 INFORMATION

We are designated as transport and as such normal seating numbers apply. A condition of entry is that masks must be worn on platforms and while on the train except when eating or drinking. To maintain a register of passenger contacts we only accept online bookings.

Sanitiser is provided and is to be used on entering and leaving the train. We are not air-conditioned and recommend that all windows be kept open whenever possible to maintain a healthy airflow.

If you are not comfortable around crowds we recommend that you do not book this year but join us on future trips. We are continually monitoring the advice from NSW Health and passengers will be contacted if any changes are made.

Terms & Conditions

Due to Covid-19 we are selling limited tickets. All passengers will remained seated at all times.

Please do not come if you have any symptons of Covid-19. Hand sanitiser will be available and must be used on boarding the train. Social distancing must be adhered to.

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