Mossman is a small town in the northwest of Port Douglas. It is a short-lived stopover for tourists as it guards the Mossman Gorge. The small town is picturesque and once famous for producing sugar, there are several restaurants and bars along the main street. The railroad tracks that pass through the city in the city are narrow and thin. At the beginning, we still guessed what the train looked like. Is it safe to walk on such a narrow rail? Just thinking about it, I drove a train that was originally designed to transport sugar cane. Not just Mosman, there is a large sugar cane field near the Paronila Park where we went. The train constantly transports sugar cane to a nearby sugar factory. Every year from June to November, during the harvest season of sugar cane, the train coming and going in the town is a unique landscape. On Foxton Street, you can see a St. David's Anglican Church built in 1912. The beautiful and compact church is empty, and the exquisite glass is eye-catching. Strolling through the small town of Mosman, huge trees cover the sky and stand on both sides of the main street. It is a super place for taking pictures.