Recently I asked a question about 2' gauge lines owned by the State Government Railway system. The answer to that question was the Innisfail Tramway.
Name another location where the State Government Railways operated a 2' gauge railway, and list the lines which all connected at this place.
Hmmm. I guess I should stop asking questions about 2' gauge lines. Nobody is "narrow minded" enough to know the answers...
The answer I was looking for was Zeehan (Tas) where the 3'6" TGR from Strahan met the 3'6" Emu Bay Railway, and also the 2' gauge Zeehan-North East Dundas Tramway, which was owned and operated by the TGR.
There were other 2' and 3'6" gauge lines in the area.
Which Private Railway operating in the 20th century in Australia had the longest route mileage? My answer is (I believe) true from 1920 onwards, and I think might be true for all time. (I am ignoring the newbies like FA, ARG, etc, as this *is* an archaeology forum.