Tenterfield Railway Museum, Tenterfield

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Tenterfield Station opened in 1886, when the line was completed in 1888, Brisbane and Sydney were linked by the Great Nortnern Line. It was an important Station during the War years. Services declined from the 1970s. the Tenterfield Railway Station Preservation Society Inc, a group of volunteers, are the custodians.
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  • We came up from Victoria on the way up the coast. We called in to the station and could not believe tha hard work and effort work and the volunteers put into this museum.  more »
  • I've visited many train museums around Australia, but I was greatly impressed by the volume of exhibits at the Tenterfield Railway Museum. The railway station opened in 1886 by Lord Carrington, Govern...  more »
  • Fascinating array of rail equipment, stock and displays. Wonderful piece of history kept alive by passionate, dedicated and friendly volunteers. Beautiful garden surrounds and as is standard for Tente...  more »
  • Great setup. Knowledgeable and helpful staff - all volunteers. Train buffs will love the place. Lovely countryside and views to die for.
  • Nice place to stop by. Really strange the way the train station is almost diagonally split by the border. QLD has the majority of it including the building.
  • Great museum. Very well maintained. Nice to be able to walk through the carriages. Very helpful staff.
  • Awesome display and lovely friendly people .. a must visit
  • Very interesting railway history.