Transport Heritage New South Wales – NSW Railways Remembers

This online exhibition has been created to commemorate the centenary of World War I and honour the contribution of the NSW Railways to the war effort both at home and abroad. At the outbreak of war in 1914 the NSW Railways and Tramways Department was the largest enterprise in the state, with 45,000 employees. Over the course of the war, 8,447 men from the department enlisted and 1,210 of these men died as a result of their service. There are  photos, documents and much more to be found in on this site which is divided into the following parts:
Part One – Remembering World War I and the service of the NSW Railways
Part Two – Preparing for war
Part Three – NSW railwaymen abroad
Part Four – The 6th Australian Broad Gauge Railway Operating Company
Part Five – Life of a soldier
Part Six – Effect of war at home
Part Seven – The Amiens gun
Part Eight – Remembrance New

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