This is going to be a Blog about my experience at the Canberra Railway Museum on Saturday 14th November 2015.
There was lots of interesting exhibits there such as:
Beyer Garratt Steam Loco 6029:
Known as 'City of Canberra' 6029 is one of the biggest locomotives in the southern hemisphere.
Photo (below): 6029 sitting at Canberra Railway Museum
Photo (below): 6029 was somewhat recently named City of Canberra.
Photo (below): 6029's Builder Plate.
Photo (below): This is just some of 6029's controls.
Steam Loco 1210:
This Loco is known as the first and last Steam locomotive to arrive into Canberra.
Alco Goodwin 4807:
Fresh from overhaul.
Railmotor CPH27 (below):
Railmotor CPH37 (below):
Lounge Car BVJ1457 (below):
Sleeping Car NAM2342 (below):
Sleeping Car BAM1743 (below):
Sleeping Car TAM1888 (below):
Dining Car RMS2360 (below):
Dining Car RMS2359 (below):
Below is another photo of RMS2359, note that it use to say Murray Restaraunt.
Photo (below): The 3 sleeping carriages... and a ute!
Photo (below): Melbourne Sydney Express can still be seen on RMS2359 & RMS2360.
Photo (below): A.R.H.S - A.C.T on RMS2360.
Photo (below): An old Canberra station sign.
It was a great experience visiting the Canberra Railway Museum and id definitely do it again.
To watch the video of my experience at the Canberra Railway Museum please visit the link below:
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