Sulphide Street Railway & Historical Museum

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    Scramble around on our trains

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    Try your hand as engine driver

About

The Sulphide Street Railway & Historical Museum Complex houses the Silverton Tramway Company locomotives & memorabilia in the original1905 magnificent station building and grounds.

The Broken Hill Migrant Heritage Museum, Hospital Museum, Ron Carter Transport Pavilion and the Tess Alfonsi Mineral Collection are all onsite.

Much to see, much to do - so drop in and spend some time going back in time with us.

Contact

(08) 8088 4660
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Entry Fees

Adults $7.00
Family $17.00
Child/Concession $5.00

Getting There

Blende Street
Broken Hill, NSW 2880

Opening Hours

Sunday- Saturday

09:00 to 13:00 (January and February)

Sunday- Saturday

10:00 to 15:00

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