Cheering and clapping as Blue Mountains Zig Zag Railway gets back on track after bushfire ‘sucker punch’

Almost 1,000 passengers have climbed aboard to celebrate the re-opening of the heritage-listed Zig Zag railway in the Blue Mountains, after being out of action for more than a decade.

The tourist attraction near Lithgow has been closed since 2012 after its accreditation was removed. 

Multiple natural disasters, including bushfires in 2013, the Gospers Mountain blaze in 2019, and flooding in 2022 delayed…

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