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Zig Zag Railway is an Australian heritage railway outside of Lithgow, New South Wales operating on the Lithgow Zig Zag line which was part of the Main Western line from October 1869 until October 1910 when replaced by the Ten Tunnels deviation. It was reopened as a heritage railway in October 1975.
In June 2012 the Zig Zag Railway closed for an indefinite period following accreditation issues with the New South Wales Government.
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This image taken sometime ago when the raiway was operating, i suspect that this old loco is much more rusty these days.
Good news from Lithgow newspapers indicate that much overdue maintenance and restoration of the site is underway which is a light at the end of the tunnel for the future of this Heritage site.
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