Situated at the bottom of Keppel Street, the Bathurst Railway Station (circa 1875)  - is an example of Victorian Tudor.
This style was also used for what is now called
Abercrombie House, on Ophir Road and for many more of Bathurst's grand old buildings built during this time.

This favoured style was called 'Italianate', and included bay windows, verandahs, cast iron columns and lacework.
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Bathurst Railway Station
Central West NSW
The Historic Milltown Walking Tour starts at the
Bathurst Railway Station.
For information on the Walking Tour contact
Bathurst Visitor Information Centre
1 Kendall Avenue, Bathurst  NSW  2795
Phone: 02 6332 1444
Email: visitors@bathurst.nsw.gov.au
Bathurst Railway Station and the Chifley Engine Display, Bathurst NSW
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Bathurst Railway Station
Keppel Street, Bathurst  NSW  2795
Phone: 02 6334 860013 22 32

Open  Mon - Fri  8am - 5pm
Ticket vending machine available out of hours.
Bathurst's historic Chifley Engine is on display at the Bathurst Railway Station.

The steam locomotive and its coal tender finally arrived back at Bathurst Railway Station in November 2010, after nearly two decades of a long restoration project.

The D50 class steam locomotive, number 5112 was driven by Ben Chifley, Australia's 16th Prime Minister, when he worked on the railways around Bathurst, prior to his political career.

An important piece of Bathurst's history the Chifley Engine display is a long awaited monument to Bathurst's favourite son.
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Bathurst Railway Station
Keppel Street, Bathurst  NSW  2795
Phone: 02 6334 860013 22 32

Open  Mon - Fri  8am - 5pm
Ticket vending machine available out of hours.