Railway Preservation in Tasmania

Queen Victoria Museum

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The former North East Junction Signal box is one of the buildings at the Inveresk site

The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery is located at a number of sites in the northern city of Launceston, and has many items of railway interest.

Parts of the former Inveresk Railyards have been converted to house the museum. The former carpenters shop now features a railway exhibit, including locomotive Y3, a number of wagons and a collection of smaller items. Some of the workshop buildings, such as the blacksmiths shop and weighbridge, are open for inspection.

There is also a Community History Museum, which holds some records, photographs and other items of railway interest.

A full rollingstock list may be found here

Contact Details:

2 Wellington Street

Phone: (03) 6323 3777
Fax: (03) 6323 3776

See their internet site for more information

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The former North East Junction Signal box is one of the buildings preserved at the Inveresk site, Oc
Weighbridge building at Inveresk with frame of H8
Courtyard at Queen Victoria Museum
Blacksmiths building, Inveresk
Railway display, Queen Victoria Museum
Railway display, Queen Victoria Museum
The Traverser was used to access the various buildings in the workshop complex. This area now forms
An overall view of one of the storage sheds at the Queen Victoria Museum. These buildings are not op
The main entrance to the Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston. May 2011

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