Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society has an extensive collection of carriages from both the South Australian Railways and Commonwealth Railways, and many of them have been returned to revenue service on the Pichi Richi Railway.

The following pages have information and photographs on some of the carriages. More will be added gradually.

NSS34 at Port Augusta Railway Station. (Photo: Commonwealth Railways/Australian Archives)

These pages describe the history and provide technical information about the locomotives in the Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society collection.

Two Y class locomotives and railway employees pose for photographs at Quorn locomotive sheds ca. 1890 (Photo: Murray Thompson collection)

These articles tell some of the stories of the Pichi Richi Railway's colourful history, which dates back to the 1870s.

Articles covering the history of the permanent way (track) and bridges