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Pansy Line Tour – The Richmond to Kurrajong Railway

The Richmond to Kurrajong Railway operated from 1926 to 1952. The locals called it the Pansy Line.
We take a coach tour, with multiple stops, to explore the remnants of the line that are still visible. Many of the remnants are on private property that is not normally accessible.

Our tour, with experienced local guides, leaves Richmond Station (NSW) and stops along the way to Kurrajong to inspect remnants of the line. We include morning tea and a steak sandwich lunch courtesy of our Kurrajong RFS.
There is a small amount of walking involved, mainly on level ground.

Event date

Event Details

East Market Street , opposite Railway Station, Richmond, New South Wales

Meet at the War Memorial in Richmond Park


09:45 to 15:30

Entry fees:
Adults $ 50, Children $ 35.00, Concession $ 45
Prebooking requiredhttps://www.kurrajonghistory.org.au/pansytour.php
Attendance limit:
50 - 100
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Will proceed in most weather - will contact day prior if postponed