Bush Mill Railway
The Bush Mill Railway climbed steeply through a series of loops and zig zags up a hillside, then across a spectacular Serpentine Bridge. A half-size replica of the K1 was constructed to operate on the line in 1990. The prototype K1 was the world's first Garratt locomotive, built for the North-East Dundas Tramway on Tasmania's west coast. 
A replica settlement was established which featured a 19th-century sawmill and a number of items which were directly related to the logging tramways which once dotted much of Tasmania.
It closed on 30 June 2004.
|Name||Built||Year||Wheel Arrangement||Current railway||Notes|
|K3||Bush Mill Railway||1990||0-4-0+0-4-0||Perrygrove Railway||model of the first Garratt locomotive. In the summer of 1993 it visited the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway and the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway|
|Mountaineer||W.van der heiden||1972||0-4-0 + tender||Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway|
|DA1||Bush Mill Railway||1986||0-4-0||Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway||Diesel locomotive|
- The Railway News Vol.53 No.2 July 2004 p46
- The Railway News Vol.45 No. 6 December 1993 p147
- The Railway News Vol.49 No.2 June/July, 1997 p50
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