Town Carriage Museum
The Town Carriage Museum is all about the town of Peterborough – past, present and future.
A 1916 first class sleeping car, which was used on the first train across the Nullabor from Port Augusta to Kalgoolie, is now the home of an exciting interpretive timeline museum of Peterborough. From then till now, 18 individually chosen artifacts tell a story of a town: its diversity, and its life after the railways. The two sleeping compartments in the carriage house photographs from the Lionel Noble Collection and a digital steam train rail trip depicting the moving everchanging, landscapes, complete with sound, along the narrow guage line to Broken Hill.