Northam Heritage Forum Visit

Northam Heritage Forum Visit

Wheatbelt Kids Visit To Northam Heritage Train Station

The Northam Heritage Forum

In the early 1900s, the Old Northam Railway Station buzzed with life as a crucial transportation hub. However, the station ceased operations in 1966, when a new Eastern Railway route emerged. Today, the historic railway station has been transformed into a captivating museum, housing over 1,200 fascinating artifacts, including a Pmr721 Steam Locomotive and its accompanying carriages, inviting the public to step back in time and explore a bygone era.

Discover The Northam Train Museum

Discover a captivating journey through time as you immerse yourself in the rich history of the station and town-site. Experience enthralling stories and first-hand insights that bring the past to life. Marvel at a treasure trove of authentic equipment and relics that offer a fascinating glimpse into the early days of rail travel in the south west. Let your curiosity guide you on this remarkable adventure!

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Wheatbelt Kids visited the Northam Heritage Forum Inc as part of Pink Up Northam.

We went on an adventure throughout the museum and learned so much about the history of the Old Railway.

The Old Railway was built in 1900 and was the major transport method for Northam. It is now a huge museum with over 1000 items and a locomotive with carriages.

Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum
Northam Heritage Forum

Visit The Northam Heritage Forum

Located at 425 Fitzgerald Street Northam WA 6401.


0428 322 898

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[email protected]

Adults – $5.00 Concession – $3.00 and Children – $2.00

Opening Times
Mon/Tue/Thur/Fri/Sun – 11am – 3pm
Wednesday – 1pm – 3pm
Saturday 12pm – 3pm

(Prices at October 2019, Prices and times subject to change)

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Jodie Lowen is the owner of Wheatbelt Kids and a mother of two. She lives in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia and has worked in education for many years. Jodie is passionate about social media marketing and using online platforms to build community connections.

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