The Don River Railway committee believes the experience “needs to be more than a train trip”. (ABC News: Erin Cooper)
The Don River in Tasmania’s north-west, near Devonport, has long been characterised by the whistles and chugs of its railway.
- The rail was established in the 1850s to transport timber and coal
- From the mid-1970s, the line became a tourist attraction
- The railway’s committee says expanding the business is key to its future
For more than 150 years, trains have travelled along the banks of the river,…