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Historic steam vessels on Sydney Harbour will be the newest edition to this year’s Transport Heritage Expo, as the Australian National Maritime Museum and Sydney Heritage Fleet join in on the celebrations.
“The Transport Heritage Expo brings to life our state’s rich transport history in the heart of Sydney with the excitement of steam locomotives, electric trains, railmotors and vintage double-decker buses,” said Andrew Moritz, CEO, Transport Heritage NSW.
“This year, we’re thrilled to welcome onboard the Australian National Maritime Museum and the Sydney Heritage Fleet for what will be our biggest Transport Heritage Expo to date.”
The Sydney Heritage Fleet’s 117-year-old steam launch Lady Hopetoun will operate shuttle rides from Darling Harbour, while visitors will also have an opportunity to see the Maritime Museum’s 119-year-old Steam Yacht Ena in steam.
Ticket holders can hop on a vintage double-decker bus at Central Station for a transfer to the museum wharf, combining two modes of heritage transport into one unforgettable experience.
Other feature activities visitors can enjoy during this year’s Expo include:
This article first appeared on www.miragenews.com
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