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Locals and tourists may be able to experience the North-West coastline on a passenger train if the Liberal government is re-elected.

Locals and tourists may be able to experience the North-West coastline on a passenger train if the Liberal government is re-elected.

The landscape for the mainline heritage operators in Tasmania is presently bleak without the added concerns of closure of the majority of the network. Removal of funds from mainline operations and increasing insurance costs will be highly detrimental to the ongoing preservation and operation of Tasmania’s Rail heritage.



The views expressed in this media release represent the views of TATRail which represents Tasmania’s 9 tourist railways including the 4 major mainline tourist operators specifically Don River Railway, Derwent Valley Railway, Burnie Rail and the Tasmanian Transport Museum Society.

THE Tasmanian election is done and dusted. Rail enthusiasts can now look forward to the Liberal Government’s promised implementation of its “Supporting Tourism and Heritage Rail” policy.

Why isn't Hobart's northern rail line being used to run a passenger train service?

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