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PASSENGER TRAINS TO BATHURST 1876 & BEYOND
Thu 1 December 2022, - Mon 23 January 2023,
This mini-exhibition is part of recognising 10 years of passenger train service to the
Bathurst community by the Bathurst Bullet. Covering the early years of train services,
through the halcyon days of the steam era, touching on services like the XPT and
Bathurst Bullet it even looks to the future with the new Regional Rail Fleet. The miniexhibition is displayed in the library room of the Bathurst Rail Museum which with the
adjacent Chifley Gallery has now reopened to the public as part of the free entry area
of the Museum.
Time: 9am – 4.30pm
(Closed Thursdays, Friday 23, Saturday 24 December & Christmas Day)
Cost: Adult $15; Concession $10; Child (school age) $7; Family $35
Contact: 6333 6543
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