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The Yass Railway Museum exhibits a host of railway memorabilia housed in it's original station building which was erected in 1891, boasting the shortest platform in Australia and including static displays of original period steam engines, carriages and goods vans.

Located in Crago St in the centre of the rural town of Yass, some 282kms south-west of Sydney and 62km north of Canberra, this museum is worth a visit for every Thomas the Tank Engine fan and lovers of all types of rolling stock.


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Entry Fees

Adult $3.00
Child $2.00 (under 12)
Family $8.00 (2 adults + 3 children)
Concession $2.00

Getting There

Leads Street
Yass, NSW 2582

Opening Hours

(other hours by appointment)


10:00 to 16:00 (including Public holidays, except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day)

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