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The Pemberton Tramway Co.


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The Pemberton Tramway co. is based in the small town of Pemberton, 330Km south of Perth the capital of Western Australia. The tramway is owned and operated by Mr Ian Willis,famous for bringing Flying Scotsman and Pendennis Castle to Perth in 1989. Using the original Manjimup to Northcliffe branchline, the tramway uses trams (as pictured) which run south from Pemberton to Warren River, a 1 3/4 hour return journey and from Pemberton right down to Northcliffe, which takes 5 1/2 hours for the return journey . Steam loco V1213 runs trains north to Lyall which is 10km south of Manjimup, this tour takes 3 hours for the return journey. A shorter return journey to Eastbrook Siding takes 1 3/4 hours for the return journey. The coaching stock for this are vintage ex Perth suburban passenger coaches. A timber train for the Bunnings Timber Mill at Pemberton also runs from Lyall once or twice a week (see picture).