Central West NSW turns out in the thousands to experience 3801



Thousands of people flocked to stations and railway lines to catch a glimpse of 3801 as it travelled some 2,250km through the Central West of NSW in June.


The tour visited the towns of Bathurst, Blayney, Orange, Parkes and Dubbo, carrying over 7,000 people in just 10-days.


Transport Heritage NSW would like to thank all of its volunteers and staff on a very successful operation, as well as our colleagues at Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink, Bathurst Rail Museum and Blayney Shire Council for their support.