The miniature railway has expanded its rolling stock considerably recently with more locomotives and extra carriages. The overflow from the current tracks in the railway shed space has had to be stored outdoors under tarpaulines. Two containers are currently being furnished with tracks radiating from the turntable to allow rolling stock to be housed under cover then assembled into trains via the turntable.


Our Ruston and Hornsby Class No 20 Steam Navvy was donated to the club more than 12 years ago and has sat in pieces ever since. It originally worked as No 5 Face Shovel in the Australian Portland Cement Company’s Fyansford limestone quarry on the outskirts of Geelong. It is the sister machine to No 4, the one now operational at Lake Goldsmith that never ceases to impress the visitors.
The club has recently got a grant that will allow the navvy to be assembled and even though not restored to working order it will be an impressive exhibit.