The pic to the right is standing on the dam wall looking towards the cachement area, and from memory the storage was only at about 20% then.
This pics below are taken from the car, on the road which was built directly over where the railway used to run. It was quite an odd feeling to be where so many men worked so hard to clear a space for a little railway, and to see the bush which they had to work in.
There were little carriages were used to haul the goods, and each of them were named after my great-grandfather's children, and this one is the original carriage named after my grandfather. It had a long history after the dam was finished, and, I think, ended up in the Wollongong area used to haul coal before it was rescued, restored and is now at the caravan park in the State Recreation area near the dam.