Adelaide River Railway Museum, Adelaide River

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  • We visited this site after the war memorial and quite enjoyed it. There is a lot of history here and the volunteers are passionate in keeping history alive and preserving relics from the past. So much...  more »
  • Really eager to see this Museum, but only disappointment we got when we arrived at 10am this museum still closed (that the sign say on the gate), don't know the reason, the sign board at the road say ...  more »
  • This was an unexpected stop on our way to Kakadu. My husband who loves anything to do with the railway thoroughly enjoyed taking lots of photos here. Could have stayed longer but we were on a schedule...  more »
  • If anyone wants to see some history of all things railway in NT it is a must see. I wasn't expecting much but worth the donation entry price in my opinion.
  • The Adelaide River Station is a project of the Friends of the North Australian Railway and is maintained and actively developed by volunteers. The new transcontinental line runs beside the old NAR line adjacent to the station. Passing trains often slow and sound their horn to greet this historic site. A wave from the driver is not unusual.
  • When I was there it was an honesty box entrance. Was rather interesting. Not the biggest but I was in town and there isn't much else to see.
  • Small town residents are friendly and way more approachable and hospitable that city folk by a country mile!