Life on Line at Kyneton Museum


Council is shedding light on what life was like a hundred years ago for workers on the Queensland Railways in the new photographic exhibition Life on the Line, opening on Friday 26 April at Kyneton Museum.

The exhibition features more than 60 photographs portraying the many and varied tasks performed by people on the railways over more than 140 years.

From track builders and train drivers to ticket sellers and safety engineers, the exhibition goes behind-the-scenes to illustrate scenes of railway staff engaged in a variety of duties, documenting this unique aspects of Australia’s history

The exhibition has been developed and presented by The Workshops Rail Museum, as part of the Queensland Museum Network.

Life on the Line is on at Kyneton Museum at 67 Piper Street until Sunday 9 June and will be open Fridays to Sundays from 11am–4pm. Entry fees apply.

For more information, visit Exhibitions at the museum

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