Historic Gundagai Railway Station Gundagai
The Gundagai Railway station was built in 1885 and was officially declared open for public use on the 1st June, 1886. First services along the new branch line were the service contractor trains and then as the line was officially opened up to Gundagai, passengers and mail/freight were allowed to be added to the train trips.
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Featuring the only slate roofed Goods Shed in NSW, the Gundagai Railway Station was restored to its original glory in the 1990’s.
Inside the railway station today, displays recall the travelling past, when trains ran regularly on the now defunct Cootamundra-Tumut branch line. A photographic record of the restoration project, and many items of interest to railway buffs, can also be viewed
Gundagai Railway Station, Rusconi Place/Hermans Street, Gundagai NSW 2722
Sunday: 12pm to 4.30pm
Monday: 8am to 4.30pm
Tuesday: 8am to 12pm
Thursday: 8am to 4.30pm
Friday: 8am to 4.30pm
Saturday: 8am to 4.30pm
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