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All Aboard! - Pansy’s herepansy

 

For just a $2 donation you can ride all day on Pansy! The Trackless Train is perfect for those who not so able to get around our vast grounds and you will get to see all the events and attractions Jump on and jump on at stations all over the Show.


The Two trackless trains will travel in an anticlockwise direction between approximately 11.00 am and 5.00 pm on both days.

 

Pansy as she was...

 

A Railway Line was established between Camden & Campbelltown to transport ore and coal in 1882. A notable feature of the line was the very steep Kenny Hill (1 in 19 grade) the steepest in Australia. The locomotive, affectionately known as ‘Pansy’, travelled this route providing a mixture of goods and passenger services. Locals professed “you could set your clock” by Pansy’s infamous whistle approaching Camden! Pansy made her last Journey on 1st January 1963. Pansy now resides at the NSW Transport Museum at Thirlmere.