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Bringing your rail heritage back to life.

The Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway inc (OTHR) is a volunteer association aiming to bring one of the region’s most picturesque and heritage rail lines back into operation.

The association aims to restore the Oberon Tarana branch line which is some 24.3kms long and was originally built between 1921-23 as well as establishing operating of a Diesel Locomotive hauled heritage tourist trains and opening Oberon Station as a vibrant Heritage Railway Display.

“We think we can” but we can’t do it without your support.

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Own a piece of Oberon’s railway heritage for just $20 per sleeper

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General Announcements

The next bimonthly General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 7th August 2019 at 7.30pm in the Oberon RSL Club, Oberon Street, Oberon. Guest speaker will be Ben O’Regan from the Bathurst Rail Museum, all members are invited to attend.