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Santa's Express Heritage Train Tour

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November 10, 2016

SANTA’S EXPRESS HERITAGE TOUR

Hop aboard “Santa’s Express” to the Tocumwal Foreshore Markets this December.  The markets have fresh produce to stylish fashion selections, and gathers visitors from all over New South Wales and Victoria. 

The exhibitors at the markets offer many interesting and creative products including such items as arts and crafts, woodworks, organic produce, fashion items such as clothes, shoes and accessories, bags, graphic shirts, collectibles, home wares, and a whole lot more.

You can also grab yourself hot drinks, delicious cakes and other food, or simply walk along the beautiful Murray and check out the Historic Railway Bridge which was build over 100 years ago.

If you want to explore the beautiful Tocumwal region then we have a fantastic tour option for you.

Tocumwal Local Attractions Tour - Come and experience the era of the classic cars, trucks, caravans, tractors and a host of other Collectables at Chrysties Car Museum and visit the Big Strawberry. 

The train will also have a special guest on board - Santa!  Santa will be catching up with all the kids throughout the day.  As a special gift, all kids under 8 will receive a free show bag from Santa.

Your train will travel from Shepparton, then onto the beautiful town of Tocumwal.    It’s only a short walk from the historic Tocumwal Railway Station to the ever popular Foreshore Market, or there is a free shuttle bus.

Your Heritage Train will be hauled by vintage blue and gold locomotives, and passengers will travel in comfortable 100 year old historic wooden bodied “E” class carriages together with former Spirit of Progress “S” class steel blue passenger carriages. 

Your train will also include the magnificent Yarra Carriage which was built in 1906.  This 110 year old carriage is one of the only main line carriages with a viewing platform and has been beautifully restored.

Come join us for a great family fun day.

For more information, prices and booking details visit www.srhc.org.au or phone 0412 124 659 (BH). 

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