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Please be advised the National Railway Museum is CLOSED to the public on Sunday 11 December. Public can enter the bookshop to purchase items but will not be able to enter the Museum itself. We apologise for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding. 

 

Donation Appeal Diesel Locomotive 703

The National Railway Museum is in the process of aiming to acquire Diesel Locomotive 703, and is running a donation appeal to assist in this process. Please see the information PDF here for more information, and for instructions on how to donate. All donations towards this cause are greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

 


We've updated our YouTube page! Take a look at our latest videos.

 

 

 

 

We've started a podcast series! You can find our first episodes here. Keep an eye out for new episodes!

In episodes 1 to 3, we interview former South Australian Railways employee, author and owner of one of the largest collections of train orders in the world, John Evans.

In episodes 3 to 6 we interview former South Australian Railways employee Ray Bolt.

In episodes 7 to 8 we interview former South Australian Railways employee Geoff Wilmott.

In episodes 9 to 11 we interview former South Australian Railways employee Howard Luscombe.

In episodes 12 to 14 we interview former South Australian Railways employee Keith Fitzpatrick.

In season 2, episodes 1 to 3 we interview Helen Hill, who worked for a number of railway organisations.

 

 

 

 

 Donations update

If you would like to make a monetary donation to the Museum, this is now achievable through our website! Simply use the Book Online button and choose 'Donations'.

 

 

 

Visit the NRM

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

Adult

$17

Concession

$10

Child
5-15 yrs & with an adult

$7

Family
2 adults & up to 3 children

$40

  • Prices may vary for special events
  • EFTPOS is preferred payment method
  • Open from 12pm on ANZAC Day
  • Closed Christmas Day

Phone: 8341 1690

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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