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Capital Region Heritage Rail Ltd

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Canberra Railway Museum is being re-established at the existing Kingston site by Capital Region Heritage Rail (CRHR) to house historic locomotives, carriages and rail memorabilia. It is the home of 140-year-old steam locomotive 1210 which brought the first train into Canberra in 1914.

Our aim is to position the Museum as a rail heritage centre for the people of Canberra and the broader Capital region. While there is still much work to be done, we once again look forward to:

  • welcoming visitors including school groups to the Canberra Railway Museum;
  • maintaining and restoring our fleet of former NSW rollingstock, many with direct links to the local area and some more than a century old;
  • operating heritage steam and rail motor journeys to local towns and villages.
We need more Canberrans to help either as volunteers or as donors/sponsors. Please go to our Contact Us page to see how you can help.

Locomotive 1210
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Capital Region Heritage Rail Ltd
trading as Canberra Railway Museum

ABN 99 625 904 663

Location: Canberra Railway Museum, 2 Geijera Place (off Cunningham Street), Kingston ACT
Mail: PO Box 445, Fyshwick ACT 2609

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