A list of links to websites and other railroad resources
related to Australia or New Zealand.
- SAR & CR Railways (TrainWeb.org/sarail)
Dedicated to modeling the South Australian Railways (SAR) and the Commonwealth Railways of Australia (CAR)
- LGB & G-Scale Model Railway Club of Australia (TrainWeb.org/lgbofozclub)
The Club is based in Sydney NSW, although it has and welcomes members from just about all over
Australia and New Zealand. It is a family-oriented club, for people who enjoy the hobby of garden
railways in the Aussie sun, and for sharing ideas and expertise with other Members.
- MyStation (TrainWeb.org/mystation)
Peterborough StationMaster - Robin Stirling
- Aussie Pix (TrainWeb.org/aussiepix)
Australian Train Pictures
- Phil Creer's Toenail Ridge Shortline in Australia (TrainWeb.org/lazyacre/ssphil.html)
Slim & Stumpy Visit the Toenail Ridge Shortline
- Warren Stirling's Hungry Creek & Long Pass in New Zealand (TrainWeb.org/lazyacre/sswarren.html)
Slim & Stumpy Visit the Hungry Creek & Long Pass
- Grant Alexander's Squirrel Valley Railway in New Zealand (TrainWeb.org/lazyacre/ssliks.html)
Slim & Stumpy Visit the Squirrel Valley Railway
- New Zealand Railways Steam Locomotives (TrainWeb.org/nzsteam)
This site portrays the locomotives that were used on the New Zealand Railways network. The
period covered is from 1870 until 28 October 1971 when the last steam locomotive dropped its fire
and was withdrawn from service.
- New Zealand Logging Locomotives (TrainWeb.org/loggingz)
This site deals with the locomotives, other than New Zealand designed geared locos (refer
New Zealand Geared Locomotives), that were used on the bush tramways in New Zealand. There are
some geared engines, such as the Climax and Heisler, but the majority were mainly rod engines and
these were sourced both from overseas and as cast-offs from the national railway system.
- New Zealand Geared Locomotives (TrainWeb.org/nzgearedlocomotives)
This site is dedicated to preserving the history of the geared locomotives that were designed
and built in New Zealand for its bush tramways.
- New Zealand Rail Maps (TrainWeb.org/nzrailmaps)
This site maps the national public railway network of New Zealand. These are the lines which
were operated by the NZ Government Railways and its successors the Railways Department, Railways
Corporation, NZ Rail Ltd, Tranz Rail, Toll Rail and currently Ontrack. Coverage incorporates all
present and former routes including closed lines and those which have become heritage railways.
- Contemporary TranzRail Photography (TrainWeb.org/tranzrail)
Photographs of New Zealand Locomotives.
- Dunedin Model Train Show, New Zealand (TrainWeb.org/dmtz)
Photos of layouts and other information.
- Rocky Creek Railway (TrainWeb.org/nzgr)
A 1:24 scale outdoor railway featuring models of New Zealand Railways.
- Contemporary Toll Photography (TrainWeb.org/toll)
Building the future of Rail operations within New Zealand.
- Down Under Trains by Jim Nowell (TrainWeb.org/vrt/JimNowell)
Twelve PRS members enjoyed riding six diesel/two steam trains and one dinner tram in Australia
on Mountain Outin's (led by Rolland Graham) August/September trip to the land where the moon looks
upside down. This article relates my experiences on the two most unique railways which were the
new line from Darwin to Alice Springs, the GHAN, and the SAVANNAHLANDER from Mt. Surprise to
Cairns as well as the best dinner train Julie & I have had the pleasure of riding -
COLONIAL TRAMCAR RESTAURANT in Melbourne.
- Travelogues & Photos from Rail Travel by Steve Grande in Australia & New Zealand:
- 2009-Feb-04: Free City Circle Tram, Melbourne, Australia
- 2009-Feb-04: The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant, Melbourne, Australia
- 2009-Feb-10: Taieri Gorge Limited, Dunedin, New Zealand
- 2009-Feb-11: Christchurch Tram, Christchurch, New Zealand
- 2009-Feb-12: Cable Car & Cable Car Museum, Wellington, New Zealand
- 2009-Feb-01 to 2009-Feb 16: Australia - New Zealand Cruise (Not Railroad)
- 2011-Feb-22: Slideshow and Commentary on Earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand
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