This is an engaging structure, with a high pitch roof, dormer windows and ornate fretted timber details. Built on Market Street in the year of the opening of the railway from Port Elizabeth, it is reputed to be one of the oldest Railway Stations in South Africa. At this quaint museum, two vintage locomotives, a variety of coaches, period furniture and equipment capture the atmosphere of the early days of steam. The building houses: "a residence, waiting room and tea-room in addition to the station office."  Open Tue. to Thur. 10h00 to 13h00 and 14h00 to 15h30  The Old Railway Station in Museum, is an absolute must-see for locomotive enthusiasts.  There are two vintage locomotives on display, a number of coaches, vintage equipment and period furniture and other quaint railway memorabilia that perfectly capture the nostalgia of the days of steam locomotives.

The building not only houses the Railway Museum - it also has a residence, waiting room and tea room. Remember to bring the kids along - there is no boy who wouldn’t be entranced by the magic of these beautiful trains.
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