Main pulley wheels running down into the motor room.
Inside the Scenic Cableway motor room.
A Thun ride?
With current applied, the "smart glass" floor becomes opaque.
Looking up through the glass floor part of the gondola.
Departing the main station.
A second station on the far side of the valley was added in 2004.
A bit of dead end Orphan Rocker track is literally orphaned behind the Scenic Skyway motor house.
The motor house is located on the other side of the road to the main scenic world building.
In 2014 Scenic World installed a steam powered clock, inspired by the one in Gastown in Vancouver, Canada.
The steam is sourced from the parks natural gas fired boilers.
The Scenic World Cafe. At the other end of the building is a revolving restaurant.
The main building contains boarding points for the three rides, plus eateries and retail.
Modern retail facilities.
At the bottom of the Railway and Cableway are the Scenic Walkways, which pass the ruins of the old coal mining operations.
Katoomba Coal Mine.
This sign summarises the offerings of Scenic World... the Scenic Skyway, the Scenic Railway, the Scenic Cableway and the Scenic Walkways.
This section of track has found use as a mounting for telecommunications equipment.