Railway Preservation in Tasmania

Sheffield Steam and Heritage Centre

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Krauss No1 and train operates at the first Steamfest at the Sheffield site, March 1994 Michael Dix

The Sheffield Steam and Heritage Centre has built one kilometre of 610mm (2 foot) gauge track at Sheffield in Tasmania's northwest. The railway operates on the first weekend of each month from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

As well as a variety of historic rolling stock of different types and origins, the collection also includes a restored station building and other machinery. Its major event each year is "SteamFest" which is held over the March long weekend

See their internet site for more information


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Krauss No1 and train pause at the terminus near Sheffield before running around its train, September
Krauss No1 and train pause at the terminus before returning to Sheffield, September 1998
The Redwater Creek Railway's Krauss locomotive is turned at Sheffield on the completion of another r
The Redwater Creek Railway's Krauss locomotive at Sheffield. January 2015
The Redwater Creek Railway's Krauss locomotive and ex North East Dundas Tramway carriage wait at She

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