Cliffs Historical Steam Railway (RCHSR) was established in 1992 by a
group of people interested in preserving and operating the steam
locomotive that once hauled coal and briquettes from the Red Cliffs
railway siding to the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission pumping
station on the Murray River.
Ride on the a 1.5 km narrow gauge railway re-built on part of the former Victorian Railways branch line from Red Cliffs to Morkalla. The principle attraction is the Kerr Stuart steam locomotive “Lukee” built in 1901 and restored to operating condition after being in static preservation in Red Cliffs since 1953.
Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway operates on the first Sunday of each month from 11:00am till 3:30pm. Except January and February. The railway also operates on Easter Saturday, the Victorian Labour day weekend and Queens Birthday weekend on the Sunday.
Fares: Adults $8 Children $4 Family $20
Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway
is a member of
The Association of Tourist Railways.
The Association of Tourist Railways Inc. is the peak body for the Tourist Railway Industry primarily in the State of Victoria, Australia.
Among many other activities, the Association represents its members collectively or individually in matters which affect the interests of its members. As part of the Association's Purposes, it provides services regarding training standards, medical standards, railway operating standards and systems.
The Association operates a system of examination of railway operating staff and provides syllabi and examiners to undertake this activity. Certificates of competency are issued to successful candidates.
Membership of the Association is open to heritage railway organisations in two classes. Full members are incorporated and functional bodies who have rail infrastructure, rolling stock, and have an appropriate rail safety management system. Associate members are incorporated and functional bodies which do not meet the above criteria.