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All reviewsrolling stockentry feeall agesfew hourstrain buffgreat collectionwell worth a visitbrought back memoriesstation buildingan interesting place to visitbeautiful buildingvolunteer staffstep back in timehard workgreat effortold dayshistory lesson
It was a great place to spend a few hours. They have some interesting old trains and carriages that you can look through, and some other related railway equipment. You can look through the most of the building to see how things use to be.
Superbly presented railway station, trains and tracks. You could imagine that, one day, decades ago, the station came to a halt, and has been frozen in time since that day. So much memoribilia, both in the station, and on the trains. Well worth a look...More
We had a lovely visit to this wonderful museum. There was so much to see and experience. We only wish we had arrived earlier and could have stayed longer. The lovely volunteer was so accommodating and we stayed a little past closing time to chat...More
You don't need to be a train buff to enjoy this museum.
Yesteryear rolling stock and exhibits in a large colonial train station building.
$7.50 pp admittance fee which helps the volunteers maintain the exhibition.
Definitely worth spending an hour and a few dollars here.
The old Tenterfield railway station and yards have been maintained as a museum, that has a widespread range of railway memorabilia including the wonderful old railway station building itself, a steam loco, railcar set, other rolling stock, a trike shed with quite a comprehensive collection,...More
Visited in the morning on a bitterly cold day. Entry fee is affordable and had a interesting chat to a volunteer about the brief history and closure of the rail line. Great collection of rail memorabilia. Enjoyed walking through the carriages and seeing first class...More
This is my second visit to this wonderful museum and this time I brought my parents and son. Everyone loved it! The ability to self-explore through all of the exhibits of which there are many and varied brought back memories for my parents and allowed...More