The Port Lincoln Railway Museum is housed in the ground floor of the heritage-listed Port Lincoln station building, and in the nearby freight shed. We have a vast array of memorabilia from the SAR and AN days on Eyre Peninsula. Our archives include photographs, documents, hand-written registers and journals, and a large collection of drawings dating back to 1905.
The freight shed houses larger displays, including a number of itemsof rolling stock representative of those used on Eyre Peninsula (and including two types which were unique to the Port Lincoln Division). No locomotives or passenger vehicles are in the collection, unfortunately! In the shed there are several section cars, and displays of track components, workshop facilities and typical railwayman accommodations.
Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility Family Public Toilet
Adults $7, concession $5