February 13, 2008, 10:25 pm
February 13, 2008, 11:27 am
Steam loco 1210 (Z12 Class) at South Dynon during the Bi-centenial visit. It was in service as a express passenger engine, with tender number 32.
Weight : 64 tonnes. Wheel arrangement : 4-4-0. Builder: Beyer Peacock & Co, Manchester, England. Maker's number: 1767.
The colours carried on the engine resemble those carried at the time of its manufacture.
On 18 Apr 1995 it was placed on the Heritage Objects Register, and is held at the Canberra Railway Museum.
It is Australia's oldest operating standard gauge steam locomotive.
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