The Rail Way

Title:
The Rail Way
Year:
1979
Courtesy:
Film Australia
Category:
Access fees

A wide-ranging look at Australian railways - from the city underground to the railway of the remote outback. We see the six locomotive coal giants of central Queensland and the picturesque Normanton-Croydon rail car, epic journeys of the transcontinental Indian Pacific and a half-day vintage steam train excursion. The film is introduced and narrated by Patsy Adam-Smith, well known for her many books on Australian railways. Made by Film Australia 1979. Directed by Greg Reading.

Director:
Greg Reading
Narrator:
Patsy Adam-Smith