The former Ferntree Gully-Gembrook line was reopened in 1962 as a tourist attraction starring Puffing Billy. This much-loved ... More
Puffing Billy Railway
The former Ferntree Gully-Gembrook line was reopened in 1962 as a tourist attraction starring Puffing Billy. This much-loved historic steam railway is the only survivor of the narrow-gauge lines that connected country areas to Melbourne in the early 1900s. Billy was restored and is maintained by volunteers. Trains depart regularly from Belgrave Station and travel through quiet ferny dells and across wooden trestle bridges to the beautiful Emerald Lake Park .By night, trains double as luxury diners for a journey into the heart of romance. Charters are also available.
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