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3801 makes history on the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Today, history was made as Legend of Steam Locomotive 3801 travelled across the Sydney Harbour Bridge for the very first time.

After travelling through the city underground and onto the main deck of the Bridge, the locomotive paused briefly to salute the iconic structure, which turned 90 earlier this year.

Around 120 passengers were aboard the train, including THNSW members and volunteers, as well as special ticket holders from the Sydney Harbour Bridge's 90th Anniversary back in March.

Transport Heritage NSW would like to thank Transport for NSW and Sydney Trains for their support with this significant operation.

Scenes from today’s historic journey.

A preview to next weekend’s Transport Heritage Expo (1—3 October)

Today’s journey across the Sydney Harbour Bridge kicked off what will be a big, long weekend of heritage transport activities at Central Station.

The Transport Heritage Expo features heritage train rides through the heart of Sydney, vintage bus rides around the CBD, steam boat rides on the harbour and more! You can even enjoy a Devonshire Tea aboard a former NSW railways dining carriage from the 1950s and 60s.

Tickets are selling fast! For further information and to book, visit the Transport Heritage Expo website or call 1300 11 55 99.


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