KANIVA welcomed 150 rail enthusiasts to the town on Saturday.
The visitors spent several hours in the town and enjoyed a spit roast lunch at the Commercial Hotel.
Businesses in Kaniva were encouraged to stay open for several hours longer than usual to accommodate the visitors.
Two diesel engines pulled vintage carriages from the 1940s and 1950s from Melbourne to Kaniva and back in a day-long journey that started at 6.30am and ended at 10.30pm.
Vintage Rail Trail-707 Operations in conjunction with Steamrail Victoria organised the trip to celebrate the 2016 leap year.
The trip was a chance for vintage rail enthusiasts to travel on both Victoria’s broad and standard gauge rail network.
It was the first time Vintage Rail Trail-707 Operations had organised a trip on the state’s standard gauge network.