Seymour Railway Heritage Centre and Railway Station
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, visit Seymour Railway Heritage Centre.
This page was last updated on 13 October 2021.