Like many similar museums this place is run by a small team of railway enthusiasts. It is not the easiest place to get to but well worth a visit. It costs only $5 to get in.
The main exhibits are railway carriages from the early...更多
A small museum punching above its weight.
Volunteers are restoring many interesting old carriages and engines.
Not a great deal to see, but what there is is a pleasant trip down memory lane for us oldies. For the very young it would be interesting to...更多
I didn't visit the museum but I did take a trip on the Beyer-Garratt 6029 steam train that visited the central west of NSW. This is the largest operating steam locomotive in the Southern Hemisphere. This train is housed in the Canberra Railway Museum and...更多
Sunday morning with young family. Enthusiastic staff. Very small collection of railway memorabilia inside. A handful of various train carriages from the past century that could be boarded and viewed as well as two diesel engines. No steam engines on display unfortunately as that was...更多
We went to the museum expecting it to be bigger than what it was! It is all run by volunteers and I would presume a tight budget. The trains you could go in were really good - well done to the volunteers who are restoring...更多
This was a terrible waste of time and money. Nothing to see, nothing to do. Terrible food. One steam train running backwards on the track. The main attraction, the mighty Garrett was not fired up and was parked so no pics could be taken of...更多