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Thousands of train enthusiasts descended on Thirlmere to enjoy the village's popular rail celebrations on the weekend.
The 30th annual Thirlmere Festival of Steam was held at the NSW Rail Museum on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3.
Highlights on day one included steam train rides, blacksmith demonstrations, driver's cab visits, and a steam and vintage park.
The action continued on Sunday with more than 100 market stalls, live performances, a vintage car show, street parade, helicopter flights and steam train rides.
Event organisers took to social media today to thank everyone who attended or helped run this year's festival.
"What a wonderful weekend… Thirlmere came to life," they said.
"Thank you to everyone who came out to support the community. Shout out to Rotary Club of Picton and the NSW Rail Museum for putting on a great event."
This article first appeared on www.wollondillyadvertiser.com.au
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