ABOUT THIS PROJECT
This work is a free on-line dissertation, containing 30 chapters, which brings together many heritage
images, descriptive text, location maps and drawings, about the long-forgotten Scenic Railway, Kalorama.
Each major theme in this Study has its own Chapter, accessed from the Navigation
Bar on each Page.
All images are thumbnailed. Clicking
any image will produce a full-sized display in a new browser window.
There is a Search Engine on this page! This will take the reader to a new window displaying the locations
in this site for the search query.
This website requires the following applications to be installed for full functionality: Adobe Flash Player
other browsers may not yield satisfactory results. Cookies must be enabled. Font sizes may be changed by the user to suit
individual viewing preferences.
images are out-of-copyright and sourced to publicly available sites on the Internet - accreditation is not required, but is
given where considered appropriate.. A listing of principal research sources used may be found in References and Acknowledgements. The Study is listed under a Creative Commons
License. The author advises that it has been impossible to verify or validate some information, due to the passage of time,
but every attempt has been made to verify operational dates and technical specifications of the Railway, where possible.
Unless otherwise indicated, all images are those taken by the author, from
his visits to the location.
Google Maps Streetmap Images.
Some Streetmap images are displayed in the Project.
Some of these are up to four years old, even though downloaded in March 2014, and should not be considered as real-time
representations of the places shown!
Targeted adverts are displayed on the site via AdSense.
Version 1 - January 2014
Version 2 - March 2014 (inclusion of text
and images describing the dismantling and recovery in 1965)
Version 3 - December 2014 (inclusion of text and images
about land usage between 1849 and 1972)
4 - April 2015 (inclusion of text and images showing the site in late February 2015, following clearing
5 - November 2016 - inclusion of additional text
Additions or corrections are welcomed from readers.