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Points of Interest

Seymour Railway Heritage Centre and Railway Station

Type:
Attraction & Railway heritage
Location:
Victoria Street, Seymour VIC 3660 (See map)
Phone:
03 5799 0515
Email:
info@srhc.org.au
Website:
http://www.srhc.org.au/
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Head to the Seymour Railway Heritage Centre to board an impeccably preserved diesel locomotive for special heritage tours. Tours go to various Victorian destinations throughout the year. There is usually a kiosk and licensed bar on board, and you can choose from a steel, air-conditioned carriage or open up the windows of an old wooden carriage.

The extensive fleet of restored locomotives are also available for hire or long-term lease by private operators. Alternatively, you can book a guided tour.

The unique Seymour Railway Station is one of the few intact stations built during the light lines era. It was constructed for the Victorian Railways on the Melbourne – Wodonga line in 1874 and extended in 1883. The café at the station was once one of the largest country refreshment rooms in Victoria.

For more information or to book a tour, visit Seymour Railway Heritage Centre well in advance of your trip.

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This page was last updated on 13 July 2022.