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"What is that for?" asks a wide-eyed child looking at the wooden train timetable with rotating station names. There are lots of little and some very big nick-nacks from train travel in the last century and before. Also items travellers don't see like the telephones...More
What started as a quick visit to fill in some time, quickly became a place we enjoyed and stayed for twice as long as planned. We visited both the museum on the platform, and the sheds a 2 minute stroll over the nearby pedestrian bridge....More
This is a great exhibit conveniently located on the platform of the operating train station. Small exhibit so there is plenty of time to take it in while waiting for the train.
Passionate, knowledgeable staff that can provide a guided tour as Intel on the...More
I visited while my wife was working nearby just to kill half an hour..woops stayed 2hrs lucky my wife was busy..phew... There are three sites to visit
1 railway museum on Wagga Wagga station platform right side near bridge. It is full of photos and...More
The passion of those involved with this museum is obvious when you see the variety of items and how well they have been prepared for display. The friendliness and knowledge of our husband and wife guides completed a great visit. Thank you! Look forward to...More
A community run museum full of interesting displays, some hands on, with keen volunteers on hand to answer any questions. Plenty of parking, free and right next door to the miniature railway and botanical gardens.
The railway was very important in the development of the Wagga Wagga region and this little vvolunteer run museum has managed to curate a nice collection of artifacts, photos and other rail memorabilia related to the local area. Gold coin donation for entry and well...More
I drove from Sydney just to visit the museum and it was worthwhile. The small group of dedicated volunteers has collected and restored a large collection of old photographs, station equipment, telephone, lamps, lanterns, clocks, signal box devices and tools used by the railway workers...More
As we waited for the Melbourne train to arrive we went in the small museum filled with local memorabilia. The couple that run the museum were very generous with their time. The donation is AU$2. Everything in the main room can be photographed but in...More