The National Railway Museum ( formally known as the Port Dock Station Railway Museum ) operates an eighteen inch gauge railway and a 3\'6\" gauge railway as well as standard and broad gauge tracks. The eighteen inch gauge is run with two steamers, an 0-4-0 \"Bub\" built by museum members and a 2-4-0 \"Bill\" built by Willis engineering in Western Australia. The 3\'6\" is operated by \"Peronne\", one of three 0-6-0\'s built by Andrew Barclay & Co of Kilmarnock in 1919 for the Smelters at Port Pirie.

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\"Bill\" on the eighteen inch gauge at the N.R.M.
© copyright Trevor Powell

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\"Bub\" Port Adelaide 1990
© copyright Trevor Powell

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Peronne Port Adelaide 1988
© copyright Trevor Powell

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Peronne Port Dock
© copyright Trevor Powell

 

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