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All or a portion of the multiple Listing information is provided by the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service, LLC, from a copyrighted compilation of Listings. Adelaide has a fantastic collection of museums at Port Adelaide - the Maritime Museum, the SA Aviation Museum, and the National Railways Museum are all set in the attractive historical precinct area.
While many of us visit the museums once, it can be a while before we return to see how the collection has changed.
I can remember driving along Railway Terrace Mile End in the 80's and wondering what steam trains were doing on the tracks there. The entire area in that part of Mile End was grim, grey and industrial at the time, so I probably assumed that it was somewhere that the railways stockpiled their disused rolling stock. The museum has come an enormous way since those days, largely thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers, and a few government grants. Coming back to the present, this year the National Railways Museum is giving the public many reasons to get excited about trains in Australia. Every month there will be a different way to explore our railways heritage, and there is a real beauty to start with in February.
Note: some details may change, so please check the National Railway Museum website before attending.
But best of all there will be the opportunity to drive a Peronne steam engine ($40) or to drive a Red Hen railcar ($20). If you have any rail enthusiast in your family or friends, this would make an exceptional gift for them!
Obviously you will need to be an adult to drive a train, but for the younger folk (3 years) it will be possible to ride behind the steam engine or Red Hen for $3 each.

On March 9-11 2013 the Bluebird Kestrel railcar flies from its nest to provide you with a comfortable shuttle service every 30 minutes.
Once used for long distance travel within SA, this brilliant comfortable air conditioned train is rarely out of its nest. April 13-14 2013 will be your chance to travel on the recently restored luxurious Onkaparinga sleeping car which went into service in 1911. From May 5-19 there will be a display of winning entries from the Rail in Australia - Yesterday and Today competition.
On June 16 you have the chance to sell all your old railways memorabilia - those signs that you stole in a drunken Jack Daniels haze, or maybe the spare 900 class locomotive you are keeping on your country block.
I once lived next to the Belair railway line where these monsters would thunder by dragging goods trains past. Broad gauge Red Hen diesel rail cars, narrow gauge steam engine Peronne will be hauling its usual 3 carriage train, and 457mm gauge steam engines Bub and Bill will be taking youngsters around the museum site. August 7-18 will see collaboration from organisations around the State helping the museum to celebrate its anniversary. As a highlight for this event, a narrow gauge 1936 built Morris Inspection Car from Steamtown Peterborough will be on loan to the museum for display and special public runs. The Bluebird Kestrel will be running from 11am on both Saturday and Sundays, with rides costing $3 per person. September 14 and 15 will feature special displays of miniature (5" and 7?" gauge) locomotives and model railway layouts from clubs and individuals.
About 15 separate clubs will join to help celebrate NRM's 50th Anniversary, with about 20 miniature locomotives in addition to about 12 model railway layouts – from N scale to G scale featured.
Courtesy of the City of Port Adelaide Enfield, all three of the major museums at Port Adelaide – Maritime, Aviation and Railway Museums will be free to enter on October 19-20.

All three of the National Railway Museum's operational trains will be running over this weekend. The popular shuttle connections will be also available between NRM and the SA Aviation Museum, using Peronne's train. Local community groups will hold a BBQ for visitors to purchase food and drink, in addition to the cafe car being open for refreshments.
On November 2-3 the Semaphore to Fort Glanville railway celebrates its 21st birthday, and forms a special part of NRM's 50th Anniversary year.
On November 30 and December 1 under special arrangements with SA Public Transport Services, NRM's Redhen railcars will be making special 50th Anniversary runs between the museum and the Adelaide railway station during both days.
Steam loco Peronne and Bluebird Kestrel will also be providing other train ride opportunities at the museum during the Adelaide station runs. Just enter in your work address and we will show you how long it takes to get there on every property you look at. But the National Railway Museum is giving us plenty of reasons to keep coming back, because 2013 is their 50th anniversary and they have released a program packed with special things to do. A colourful part of South Australian railways heritage, the Bluebird rides are sure to be popular. It caused an enforced 10 minute break from TV viewing while the house rocked on its foundations. Tickets ($10 per person return) will be available for purchase at both the National Railway Museum and at Adelaide railway station.

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