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Get a fantastic overview of the history of Northam including significance of the railway, war history, migrant impact and many key displays. A must do if you are in Northam. Open and manned by volunteers on weekends or people can book tours at other times....More
I did a bit of research about opening days and hours and was beaten by the inconsistencies. The brochure from the town visitors centre had different details from the website and from the hours posted on the centre window. Perhaps with a volunteer organisation you...More
very pretty, very quaint. but certainly not worth a trip just to see it. situated in the Avon valley which again is pretty & am sure nature lovers would love it, but a heck of a drive & close to one horse towns such as...More
The old railway station hosts more than just railway memorabilia - there are also items relating to the old Northam Army Base and the VC winner who was born in Northam, Capt H Throssell, and the town of Northam in general. I loved the eclectic...More
Northam has a long colourful history. Most of the town buildings and houses remain intact which gives the place an atmosphere of nostalgia. The streets are named after the first settlers who are buried in the Northam Cemetery. The Cemetery is maintained by a wonderful...More
What a wonderful trip down memory lane. So many things on display that related to my childhood days. Loved it.
The Railway Station its self is just fascinating, easily taking you back to the day of a by gone era. Then all the extra displays...More
Was home visiting my mother and she had a painting of an old train done by a Railway Firemen my Dad worked with. Decided to donate it to the local Railway Museum here in Northam. The volunteers who work there let me have a look...More
$5 entry, concession $3. Lots of interest artifacts - it is not all about railways! Our guide was lovely and very informative, we had an interesting time looking at the old relics and photos. Volunteer run and highly dependant on donations, this is a bit...More
This quiet little piece of Northam Railway history is worth the stop. Located in a quiet end of town, there is plenty of old memorabilia to look though and climbing into the old train carriage is what the kids loved doing the most. The volunteers...More