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NRM General Meeting

7.30pm Friday 24 May 2019

West Adelaide Football Club

Milner Road Richmond

Following the business session, Geoff Turner will present a 35 minute film he produced of Yx141 on Pichi Richi Railway last year, plus a selection of about 150 images depicting SA rail action from the 1960s through to the 1980s. 

All members, non-members and friends are all welcome to attend.

Why not come for a meal first, the Bistro opens at 6pm with a wide variety of good meals.

 

 

 

Please see the dates and times for special tours at the museum in 2019. Bookings not required.

 

June

Kanni – Wed 5th (one tour, 10:30am), Sun 9th (tours between 10am and 3pm). Due to the fragile nature of some of the items, tours are restricted to people age 15 and over.

 

August

Wegmann lounge carriage – Wed 7th (one tour, 10:30am), Sun 11th (tours between 10am and 3pm)

 

October

Dynamometer Car – Wed 2nd (one tour, 10:30am), Sun 6th (tours between 10am and 3pm)

 

November

Onkaparinga carriage – Wed 6th (one tour, 10:30am), Sun 10th (tours between 10am and 3pm)

 

 

 

Book release: Railway Track & Signalling - Tasmania 2018

A new publication is available, featuring details of the current track and signalling infrastructure of TasRail and the tourist railways of Tasmania. Please be advised, this book is not available from the National Railway Museum shop. The below PDF is an order form which shows postage details to order the book directly from the author.

Railway Track & Signalling - Tasmania 2018 order form

 

 

 

Pichi Richi Railway - Yx141 steams again after 56 years

Sunday 2 June 2019

Please see this flyer for information: Yx141 flyer

 

Visit the NRM

76 Lipson Street
Port Adelaide
South Australia  5015
Australia
Open Daily / 10am – 4:30pm

Adult

$12

Concession

$9

Child
5-15 yrs & with an adult

$6

Family
2 adults & up to 3 children

$32

  • Prices may vary for special events
  • Open from 12pm on ANZAC Day
  • Closed Christmas Day

The National Railway Museum acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional owners and custodians of the Adelaide Plains. We honour and respect their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country. We aim to respect the cultural heritage, customs and beliefs of all Indigenous people.

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