Tenterfield Railway Museum, Tenterfield

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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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  • What a magical place this museum is! Lovingly cared for by a group of volunteers and wow is this evident! So many displays of Australian railway history all viewable in the old Tenterfield station. Lo...  read more »
  • Very interesting with very passionate volunteers to answer any questions. Amazing stuff if you like old things 
  • This is a Station Master short of being a working railway station. The people responsible for this monument to yhe great railway system that was should be very proud. Well worth the visit. 
  • The old Tenterfield railway station is kept in prime condition. There are carriages of different sorts to view or enter. Very well maintained considering the cheap entry price.
  • Well set out and maintained.
  • Great place to visit
  • Well worth the visit, from waiting room and ticket office to the first class and rabble class carriages, the sound effects and the old old old tools used to build the railways back then. drop your donation in the box and enjoy the experience.
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