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From the earliest days of railway in the area to the Tangiwai disaster of the 50's and beyond. Displays would probably be of more interest to older children and adults and the staff are knowledgeable and friendly. Dress warmly - it's cold in the original...More
This collection of rail 'artefacts' was well supported by a local volunteer who gave us great information on all sorts from the Tangiwai disaster to how those working the lines knew which train was where. Without this chap giving us the stories that accompanied various...More
Some really awesome points of local history to be celebrated, however, the displays need to be developed further to showcase it. I would love to see the local community support the people who are investing their time there with ideas to move the museum forward......More