Steam in Australia and New Zealand [Railscot]





Date: 06/11/2011

Those with an interest in the last years of steam in Australia and New Zealand, from the late 1960s until 1985, will be interested to hear that the well known Shane McCarthy book 'Patterns of Steam' documenting that era is now available as an iPad App. [see news link]


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Patterns of Steam

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