Southern Highlands Express
|Service type||Passenger train|
|Former operator(s)||State Rail Authority|
|Distance travelled||225 kilometres|
|Service frequency||Daily in each direction|
|Line(s) used||Main South|
Until June 1970, it was formed of a dedicated set of R set carriages. It was then formed of N set carriages before being replaced by air-conditioned HUB/RUB carriages released from the North Coast Overnight Express in late 1988. In May 1990 it was again extended to Canberra, stopping at all stations south of Campbelltown.
The Southern Highlands Express ceased running in the early 1990s.
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- "Carriage Review" Railway Digest December 1986 page 393
- "20 Years Ago" Railway Digest June 1990 page 230
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- "Canberra timetable changed" Railway Digest June 1990 page 207