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I visited with a large group of people on a Sunday and made a booking with Norm to include morning tea. Norm showed us around and explained what projects were currently being worked on to restore locomotives. The centre is run by volunteers and although...More
The day was advertised as "The Australind Goes Platinum" and as it had been some years between visits my wife and I looked forward to a pleasant morning. Entry was by donation and the visitor received a small brochure outlining the schedule of activities and...More
Run by volunteers this museum is only open maybe one Sunday a month, maybe only every 2 months. Gold coin donation for entry. Train and carriage varieties to step onto making it great for children. Demonstrators to show blacksmith operations and other varied depending on...More
We visited on an open day, gold coin donation for lions club. We had a great time looking around the old trains and carriages that have been lovingly restored by a group of passionate vouenteers. There was also a display of farming machinery and the...More
Back after many years of being closed, this awesome collection of locomotives, rolling stock and railway artifacts is just too good to pass by. Blacksmiths at work, devonshire teas, and plenty of enthusiasts to explain the historical displays. Love it!!!