The Rail Journeys Museum in Association with the Australian Rail Monument
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|Railway Station Werris Creek|
Werris Creek NSW 2341
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The Australian Rail Monument
is within the grounds of the Werris Creek Railway Station and is a memorial to those railway workers in Australia who died whilst at work on the railways.
The memorial features six sculptures of different trades, designed and made by Dominique Sutton of Sydney.
The Rail Journeys Museum
is housed in the Werris Creek Station Building, well-known in past years by travellers on the north and north western rail lines, as the Refreshment Room.
The museum is staffed by many volunteers and tells the stories of railway workers in days long gone.
The upstairs section of the Museum is now complete with many more exhibits to see and contains a magnificent model railway layout featuring Werris Creek. There is a lift for those that are not able to make the stairs.
The town of Werris Creek is also referred to as - The Town that never Sleeps, is the first and last town to be built in NSW for the railway and is strategically placed for the junctions required in the busy days of the railway.
10am to 4pm daily except Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Our phone is only manned during Museum opening hours
Entry is by gold coin donation.
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