New Years Day slowly wakes and I discovered as I checked out some sites that WP has kindly compiled a summary of the year. https://irenewaters19.com/2014/annual-report/ This gives me my most viewed site in the year and as it is Thursday – Throwback Thursday – where I reblog something from the archives I have decided that my most looked at post of the year would also be my first post of the year.
On my recent visit to Dorrigo I expected that the National Parks would be my focus, world heritage sites and waterfalls totally unexpecting the discovery of the as yet unopened railway museum. I had met some friends in Dorrigo and whilst some chose to visit Bellingen luckily, due to an irrational phobia about steep, winding roads, I went with a friend, who had heard some vague rumours that a museum of railway memorabilia existed in the area. We went in search and came across a display which far exceeded our expectations.
Our first sight was of many railway carriages. We took the first road along side it but did not find an entry to the museum.
We could see the enormity of the collection (we thought) until we took the road on the other side. Here were over 5o locomotives, oiled to prevent rusting, sitting on the tracks.
Then further up…
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