Sydney residents and commuters queued up to ride the monorail on its final journeys.
After being built in the eighties, the monorail is being dismantled in August after twenty-five years of running.
Train enthusiasts and photographers were also out-and-about to take one last look, as well as taking photographs to capture the monorail image forever.
The profits from the tickets are to go to several charities which include: Camp Quality, Make-A-Wish Australia, The Children’s Hospital Westmead and Youth Off The Streets. It is estimated that each charity will received around $10,000 each.
A section of the track as well as two carriages will go on display at the Powerhouse Museum as a tribute to its history, while the remainder of the track and the monorail will be recycled after its dismantlement.
The queues were so long that it was hard to get a seat during the day, despite there being torrential rain on the day, with the last loop being completed at 9.30pm.