Bathurst has had well over 100 years of history employing people to work on the rail. From Refreshment Room cooks, waitresses, waiters and cleaners, to fettlers, guards, drivers, firemen, engine cleaners and ambulance corps doctors and nurses, a huge range of employment opportunities available to generations of Bathurst’s population continues to this day.
Click the link for some local stories, written by the people who have worked on the Rail, or their families.
BANT: Ray Bant Plaque No. 23
BEGG: Begg Family Plaque No. 32
BUCKLEY: Arthur (Pat) Buckley Plaque No.40
CONLAN: Jim Conlan Plaque No. 24
CHAMBERLAIN: Denis Chamberlain Plaque No. 57
DAWSON: Albert Dawson Plaque No. 54
HAYES: Brian Hayes Plaque No.66
HUMPHREY: Humphrey Family Plaque No. 42
MCKELVIE: Stephen McKelvie Plaque No. 33
MOORE: Doug Moore Plaque No. 44
POWYER: Gordon Powyer Plaque No. 70
WALKINGTON: Robert Walkington Plaque No. 35
WRIGHT: D.J. Wright Plaque No. 51