Not a train but certainly worthy of the rare exception as an honorary candidate!
The coal-fired steamship TSS Earnslaw steams away from the dock in Queenstown, New Zealand on one of her five daily excursions. The Earnslaw has been plying the waters of Lake Wakatipu since she was built in 1912, the same year as the Titanic.
The Earnslaw was constructed for the New Zealand Railwways in the coastal town of Dunedin on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island, then broken down into components and hauled cross country to Lake Wakatipu where she was re-assembled. For many years the Earnslaw provided the connection between the end of track at Kingston, on the southern end of the lake to the city of Queenstown.
"TSS" stands for "Twin Screw Steamer".
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