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Otford Tunnel (Tunnel No. 7) - helensburgh.com.au

Otford Tunnel (Tunnel No. 7) The Otford Tunnel is the grand tunnel, of all the six disused rail tunnels in the Helensburgh and surrounds area. None of the other five existing tunnels have more written about them than the Otford Tunnel.

EP/38-Otford Railway Tunnel/No.7, Stanwell Park 2016' Part ...

11/23/2009 · The tunnel located near the Helensburgh Train Station (both now and in the past) is called the Metropolitan tunnel. Named because that is where the tunnel exits on the south-side. (the present day mine or the Metropolitan Colliery). The tunnel that this web …

Otford Tunnel - YouTube

The Otford tunnel was built with too steep a grade, one in forty, trains couldn’t get through safely. The steam trains would stall, passengers and crew would choke, …

Otford railway tunnel - Wikipedia

Tunnel. No 4: Metropolitan Tunnel - At 624m long, the Metropolitan Tunnel is the second longest of the 7 and is the easiest to ccess. The tunnel is also known as the glow worm tunnel as an incredible glow worm colony abides there, they can be observed around 200m into the tunnel.

Otford Tunnel – Closed | Helensburgh NSW 2508 Australia

Otford Tunnel (Tunnel No.7): The Otford Tunnel is the grand tunnel, of all the six disused rail tunnels in the Helensburgh and surrounds area. None of the other five existing tunnels have more written about them than the Otford Tunnel.

The Otford Tunnel - Rail Trails for NSW

The Otford Railway Tunnel was constructed in 1888 by the firm Rowe and Smith, who built 7 of the 8 original tunnels on the Illawarra line from Waterfall to Clifton. The Otford Railway Tunnel, the seventh after Waterfall, was the final major engineering project which permitted the linking up of the northern part of the Illawarra Line to the ...

Bushwalking in the Illawarra | HELENSBURGH 7

The Otford Tunnel is the grand tunnel, of all the six dis-used rail tunnels in the Helensburgh and surrounds area. Technically it is the No.7 tunnel on the Illawarra line, measuring a whopping 1550m in length, more than double the length of any of the other five tunnels.