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"All aboard" The beautiful steam powered engine whistles to life as she moves off from Clarence station for the ride down the escarpment.
The Great Zig Zag Railway, the original rail line into the Lithgow Valley, was opened in 1869. The line was hailed as an engineering masterpiece of the 19th century. Today, the historic tourist railway, traverses the 7 1/2km track, operating steam trains and vintage diesel locomotives.
The Zig Zag is a series of gently sloping ramps in the form of a letter 'Z' passing through 2 tunnels and over 3 magnificent sandstone viaducts, all surrounded by the beautiful Blue Mountains escarpment.
The Zig Zag Railway is open daily, except for Christmas.
Steam trains operate weekends, School and Public Holidays and every Wednesday. Vintage diesel locamotives operate on all other days.
All trains depart daily at 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm daily, except Christmas. The return trip at the Zig Zag RAilkway takes 1 hour 30 minutes.
Refreshments available at Clarence Station. Picnic and barbecue facilities are also available.
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