2.00pm, Tuesday – Friday
Included with entry by donation
Gold played a significant role in the development of rail transport in Western Australia in the 1890s. From delivering the excavated gold from inland mines to sea ports, or taking workmen to and from their shifts, trains and trams became an essential part of Western Australia’s transport infrastructure.
You’ll learn more about the development of the railways and the economic and social impact the discovery of gold had on Western Australia’s transport system on this free tour at Revolutions Transport Museum.
Trains, Trams and Gold is part of a series of daily guided tours of Revolutions Transport Museum, designed to give you a better understanding and appreciation for Western Australia’s land transport history.
Tours operate: Every Tuesday – Friday at 2.00pm (excluding public holidays)
Tour length: 30 minutes