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The 2 men that greated us were wonderful full.of knowledge and gave us a great tour. It brought back lots of memories traveling in the north coast mail train home from holidays.
Well worth a visit.well done Junee
Really enjoyed our time here yesterday. The team were really excited to greet us and took us around the complex. Junee must have really hummed in it’s day and this exhibition really gives you an insight in what went on and the history and the...More
as the sunset drew close we decided to have a look at what this place was with a view to visiting the next day.
i stopped off for a few photos of the train and spoke to a worker about the trains he mentioned the...More
For anyone interested in rail heritage this is a must visit. A large working round house with plenty of locos (mainly diesel) and rolling stock, well presented and you can climb inside most of them. It is well done.
This is by far the best railway museum that I have ever seen. There is a lot of history here and also an amazing train diarama of the railway yards. We had a guide take us through the roundhouse museum and he was extremely helpful...More
I'm interested in history and also trains so a visit to the Roundhouse seemed to be a good idea.
I had a lovely couple of hours wandering around and was pleasantly surprised that you could actually go into one of the diesel engines and sit...More
The Roundhouse Museum is well worth a visit. Train buffs will be in seventh heaven! There's fascinating memorabilia and a terrific range of rolling stock of all kinds, from locomotives and cranes to passenger and mail carriages. There's a very impressive model railway - one...More