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The Lithgow Zig Zig is a relic from the great expansion era of NSW Railways, driven by Thomas (?) Whitton, an early civil engineer of the NSW railways. It was built to get down the Blue Mountains escarpment on the western side, to allow access to the fertile western plains of NSW.
For more information on the Zig Zag Railway, go to http://www.ozemail.com.au/%7eews3/
See the entry for C17 class under the Queensland Railways Page for more information on C17 934.
See the entry for BB18.25 class under the Queensland Railways Page for more information on BB18.25 1072.
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