The Tasmanian Transport Museum in Hobart includes Tasmanian railways history displays, tram cars and locomotives.
The New Town Railway Station has been rebuilt at the museum and a new platform added. The station masters’ office and signal room have been retained and restored to original condition. The former ladies waiting room and store have been developed as a display area of relics and photographs featuring the history of Tasmanian railways.
There are seven steam locomotives, two operational diesel-electric locomotives, two operational diesel rail cars, six carriages and numerous goods wagons.
Electric vehicles include three tram cars and two Hobart trolley buses. Train rides using a diesel railcar are run on the first Sunday each month and a vintage steam locomotive runs on the third Sunday of the month.
Every 1st and 3rd Sunday admission fees includes demonstration train ride: Adult $10 Child $5 (5 to 16 years).