Visit Valley Heights in January 2022:
The 107 year-old locomotive depot is bursting with remarkable engines, carriages, wagons and railway artefacts that make up this centrepiece of transport history in the Mountains. With heritage train or tram ride* included in admission fee, everyone will enjoy the sights and sounds of yesteryear. Climb aboard a century old steam loco to hear the crew prepare for the day’s work then view stunning artworks, all on a railway theme of course! Volunteers have re-organised viewing areas and made sure that visitors have plenty of time to see everything on show under full CovidSafe conditions. Open from 10:00 until 16:00 - choose morning or afternoon session - pre-booking required. Bring your family, bring your friends, bring your camera and leave with great memories!
* Subject to operational factors e.g. adverse weather, breakdown, crew/rolling stock unavailability etc.
Next open days:
- Sunday 23 January 2022
Bookings are essential, with visitor numbers strictly limited in each session starting at 10:00 and 13:00.
If you still hold tickets for open days in the months July to October cancelled due to the COVID lockdown of the Greater Sydney region please contact us to change your booking or to request a refund.
Steam Tram 103A is 130 years old
In the late 1870s, Sydney's public transport system was created from the ground up. NSW State heritage listed Steam Tram 103A hit the streets of Sydney on 12 September 1891.