|Event Scope||Local Community|
|Other Price||$32 for a family|
|Dates||01/05/2019 to 31/05/2019|
|Location||National Railway Museum
76 Lipson Street
Port Adelaide SA 5015
This photo exhibition remembers stations scattered along the once-great railway networks of South Australia. Crawling with passengers in their heyday, scores were abandoned and left as prey to weeds invading like triffids. With their rail veins detached, many stations succumbed to the elements and were reduced to ghosts. Set to a haunting, industrial soundtrack by Australian composer Haddocks’ Eyes, the exhibition provides pictorial proof of the historical decline of rail services and serial waste of transport infrastructure in this state. From Pooraka to Oodnadatta: what have we lost? Exhibition free with museum admission.
Bookings required for groups only.