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It seems Tarana is all about trains at present - first it was the Bathurst Bullet trains, now stopping at Tarana and Rydal.
Celebrations included a great breakfast on the station when the first Bullets came through, complete with a brass band from the Mitchell Conservatorium of Music.
And now it's a steam train, on its way to Tarana on Sunday, October 27 to visit the thriving Tarana Farmers Markets.
The Lachlan Valley Railway Society will be running a special heritage train to Tarana and Bathurst.
The train will consist of LVR's 1930's style, corridor compartment carriages.
Preparations are being made to feature LVR's 120-year old Express Passenger Engine 3237.
The loco is currently at Thirlmere having new super heater elements fitted. LVR volunteers and maintenance crew are making every effort to have the loco ready for transfer to Lithgow in time for this trip.
Lachlan Valley Railway is a non-profit, railway preservation society based in the NSW Central Western town of Cowra.
The crew are volunteers and the proceeds from the trip are used to fund preservation of historic trains and steam locomotives.
This article first appeared on www.lithgowmercury.com.au
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