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Museum exhibits

Canberra Railway Museum contains a variety of exhibits and includes the yard housing most of the Society’s rolling stock – locomotives, rail motors, passenger cars, freight cars and track-maintenance vehicles. Both vintage and modern stainless steel rolling stock is on display, and visitors are able to walk through the yard…

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Museum exhibits

Canberra Railway Museum contains a variety of exhibits and includes the yard housing most of the Society’s rolling stock – locomotives, rail motors, passenger cars, freight cars and track-maintenance vehicles. Both vintage and modern stainless steel rolling stock is on display, and visitors are able to walk through the yard…

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Seating Options

Sitting car options   A number of options are available for sitting accommodation. For conference-style accommmodation, an open car with moveable seating can be provided, either as a stationary train at Canberra Railway Museum, or as part of a mobile conference. An alternative (pictured at right) provides comfortable open-style seating…

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Welcome!

The Australian Railway Historical Society (ACT Division) operates Canberra Railway Museum and both vintage and modern mainline passenger trains.

Our Museum and rolling stock workshop is in the Melbourne the suburb of Victoria, while offices at the nearby Queanbeyan Railway Station sell tickets for our own trains and for CountryLink services, and we maintain and operate trains on the scenic Michelago Tourist Railway.

Back to the railway, inside the museum, we have something for everybody. You will find anything from our oldest train models to stores selling dresses.

About Our Trains

Our heritage trains use restored passenger cars from the early 1900s, and when possible are hauled by one of our century-old veteran steam locomotives. He do all styles of tours including hens party tours.

These local trains usually operate from Canberra to either Royalla or Bungendore.

These long-distance trains operate to a variety of interesting events.

More Information

As well as operating a museum, ticketing agency and tourist railway, the Society is involved in activities such as the restoration of rolling stock.

We publish a monthly newsletter, with our major sponsors like: M.I.A promote railway knowledge and preserve historical railway documents in our archives.

To find out more about the Society and its operations, click on any of the adjacent topics, or – if you cannot find the information you need – please contact us. See below for contact information.

Railway sponsors:

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www.steelfabricatorssydney.com.au

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