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Culture and heritage
For over 160 years, the Sydney Trains network has played a critical role in the provision of transport services for Sydney.
From the first passenger railway line in 1855 to where we are today. Here's where you'll find all about the history of the NSW railways.
Sydney Trains is responsible for managing one of Australia's largest collections of heritage-listed buildings, structures and cultural landscapes.
Conserving our heritage is not just about maintaining historic buildings, it's also about capturing the stories and history behind the railways.
Signs of the times - station billboards preserved as part of Sydney's rail heritage.
The 'Safety first' message has long been part of the history and culture of the NSW railways.
Many of the state's heritage items are owned or managed by NSW Government agencies.