The Canberra Railway Museum, located at Kingston in the Australian Capital Territory, next to Canberra railway station on the Bombala railway line. Since May 2018, Canberra Railway Museum has been the trading name of a not-for-profit company, Capital Region Heritage Rail Limited, established to run the museum, while ACT Heritage Rail Holdings Limited is the company responsible for safeguarding the heritage assets of the museum.
Under ownership of the ACT Division, the museum housed locomotives, passenger cars, freight cars, track machinery and railway memorabilia; some of these were operated outside the ACT on tours for the paying public. Notable among the assets were Australia's oldest operating steam locomotive, and one of the world's oldest mainline steam locomotives, the former locomotive no. 1210 of the New South Wales Government Railways and Australia's most powerful steam locomotive, former New South Wales Beyer, Garratt articulated steam locomotive no. 6029.
Official website http://www.canberrarailwaymuseum.org/
Phone +61 2 6232 6405
Address Geijera Place, Kingston, ACT 2604, Australia
Coordinates -35°19'6.753" N 149°9'18.438" E