Walkaway Station Museum

Walkaway Station Museum

Walkaway Station Museum, was originally Walkaway Railway Station, it was built in 1887 (architect was Poole). The building is a two storeyed section, containing Station Master's residence and office - A second building was built for a post master. In 1921 the Railway Dept. Needed another staff residence. The saving from demolition of a beautiful stone building was most important to our committee.

Address: 
Padbury Road, Walkaway, WA
Tel: 
099261036
Hours: 
Tuesday to Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday to Sunday 1pm-4pm
Admission: 
Adults $2, children 50c
Facilities: 
Wheelchair access to ground floor section of premises - shop (souvenir) general information
Collection: 
School room, Midland Railway room, local history, records of burials, gun room, exploration room.
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Walkaway Station Museum Building

Walkaway Station Museum Building
Description:
Built in 1887 - Architect, Poole