Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway
About Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway
The Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway is a unique railway that opened in 1881. The line was originally constructed to bring coal from the mines nearby, but over time it has grown into much more than just transportation for those who work there - mostly tourists come to see what life would have been like on this side of town!
In 1978, Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway introduced heritage diesel trains onto its tracks so visitors could experience how life used to be back then when people didn’t yet know any better about technology or electricity; they were relying solely upon steam power which gives us some incredible insights into history if you take note during your trip down memory lane.
For those who enjoy a steam or heritage diesel train trip, the Queenslander Steam Railway (QSR) offers an experience like no other. QPSR operate trips on both their narrow-gauge line through the scenic countryside as well as longer distance routes that take passengers to either Swanbank Power Station near Ipswich Queensland Australia; 3 Mile 8chain Box Flat balloon loop
From quaint little towns such as Red Bank where you can visit attractions including sugar cane mills dating back 100 years ago -or- travel onwards towards our next stop at Bundamba races course which has been operating since 1864.
What to do in Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway
The Queensland Pioneer Dinner Trains offer a range of themed dining experiences in the amazing, award-winning Sunlander cars from iconic figurehead ship Theodor Sverdrup! You can enjoy Christmas dinner aboard on one of these festive train journeys or try your hand at rowdy Troop Train where you'll be thrown off our seats by military-style drill instructors while they boo themselves hoarse.
aboard an immaculate vintage wooden carriage or dining car, glide through the lush forests as your guide tells stories about how trees were once used to make charcoal. Discover what life was like for those who worked in these mines before you and hear their tales being told at full volume by our Captain!
A journey into Ipswich's rich mining history awaits on board this steam train - passengers can enjoy listening while watching nearby ruins come alive again before them; learn more than just where all Orange Day celebrations take place thanks so much to those involved with tourism here.
One local company in Ipswich that is involved in this tourist attraction;
Name: Ipswich Decking
Address: 7 Limestone St, Ipswich QLD 4305
Telephone: (07) 3555 8933