Remember the old steam locomotives?
Well one of the remaining drivers in Goulburn turned 90-years-old on Friday, February 12.
Benny Gianfelici was with family and friends when he celebrated the milestone at home.
Mr Gianfelici's eldest son Steve, who organised the party, spoke about his father's experiences in the country.
"He was born in Italy and migrated to Casterton, Victoria in 1950 to join the army", Steve said.
"When he was discharged, he started sugar cutting in Queensland.
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"He then moved to Goulburn in 1955 and worked as an engine driver.
"He also boxed for many years and was really good at it."
For Benny, who is also a very good gardener, there is no place like home which is why that is his favourite part of town.
He said his secret to living a long and healthy life was having a good wife and friends.
Benny and his wife Tina have three children who are all born in Goulburn.
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