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Phone: (02) 6342 4999
Email: inquiries@lvr.com.au
Mail: P.O. Box 279, Cowra

Lachlan Valley Railway Society


The Lachlan Valley Railway is an Australian rail preservation society based in the New South Wales Central Western town of Cowra. It was established in 1974 to preserve former New South Wales Government Railways locomotives and rolling stock.

The Lachlan Valley Railway established a base in the disused 1923 built former Cowra Roundhouse.


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Lachlan Valley Railway Heritage Centre

Lachlan Valley Railway is a non-profit, railway preservation society based in the NSW Central Western town of Cowra. We are a passionate and dedicated society devoted to the preservation and operation of various examples of New South Wales Government Railway trains, ranging from our operational steam and diesel locomotives, to our fleet of heritage passenger railway carriages, and our diesel ‘Tin Hare’ CPH railmotors. 


This is a unique Railway museum featuring an authentic (circa 1923) Locomotive Depot and Steam Roundhouse. Light refreshments, videos, books and souvenirs can be purchased from the main entry building. Barbecue facilities are available on site as are toilets and rest areas. Guided tours are available daily and bus/group tours by arrangement. 

Trading hours:
9am – 5pm daily.

Admission:
Entry by voluntary donation

Address: Locomotive Depot & Museum, 3 Campbell Street, Cowra NSW 2794
Phone: 02 6342 4999
Fax: 02 6341 3599
Email: inquiries@lvr.com.au
Website: www.lvr.com.au  

Whilst there are currently no trains running out of Cowra, Lachlan Valley Railway Society is in negotiation with the State Government to lease the lines in order to operate freight and tourist trains at some stage in the future.

Whilst there are currently no trains running out of Cowra, Lachlan Valley Railway Society is in negotiation with the State Government to lease the lines in order to operate freight and tourist trains at some stage in the future.