A perfect gift set for train enthusiasts including 4 enthralling railway stories throughout history.
A Steam Train Passes A true pioneering tribute to the 3801 steam locomotive, viewing the locomotive and train from all angles, at the same time observing the years where soldiers going off to WW2 took the 3801 when it was brand new – built at Everleigh Workshops near Sydney.
Puffing Billy Lying 40 kms east of Melbourne in the scenic Dandenong Ranges, Puffing Billy is a genuine relic of the tiny train age, built to serve at the turn of the century, and still running regularly in the mountain district between Belgrave and Gembook.
Tasmania’s West Coast Railway This is the incredible story of the railway’s resurrection following its closure in 1963. The historic 35 kilometre railway of tight curves and spectacular bridges clambers through rugged wilderness is a legacy to the determination of the early west coast pioneers who built it.
War Trains Experience the thrill and danger of military railroading as you are transported to the front lines by rail. From the Civil War to World War I, World War II, Korean War, and the Vietnam War, you’ll witness amazing archival footage and gain an even deeper understanding of the historical significance of the world’s railroads over three documentaries: Combat Strategies, Subvert and Destroy and Air Attacks