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Took my 5 year old grandchild to this attraction on Saturday. Was so much better than I ever imagined and really interesting And Campbell was welcomed given individual attention by the lady who was on duty allowed to ring the bell Was able to see...More
The guides make a visit to this museum worth a couple of hours of time - they are knowledgeable and proud of the history of this particular part of NZ rail history. They can tell stories about each piece of equipment and make it come...More
Visited this gem of a museum with my wife during a visit to the Waiarapa region. It is certainly a wonderful collection of rich railway history, the centrepiece being Locomotive H 199, the sole remaining steam powered Fell Locomotive in the world. It has been...More
My husband was fortunate to talk to one of the volunteer guides and was fascinated by the information he received. They also have an ongoing movie that was very interested. Truly worth a stop for those interested in Locomotives.
A group of 10 of us booked morning tea and entry to the Fell Locomotive Museum in Featherston. We were not disappointed. The country town ladies served us a generous morning tea of home baking. A hark back to old time generosity and hospitality! The...More
Visited the Fell locomotive museum in Featherstone on our way to Napier. This is a gem of a museum. Only small but packed with interesting facts about the famous Rimutaka Incline, New Zealand's steepest railway line from 1878 to 1955. Star of the show is...More