Image: ‘Hurstville War memorials, soldiers memorial. Hurstville railway station 1930’s’.
Hurstville City Library, Museum & Gallery collection

Hurstville City Library, Museum & Gallery is currently hosting a fantastic photographic exhibition that documents the history of Hurstville Railway which is now celebrating its 125th year of service to the local community.

The exhibition includes images of the railways construction, early days of operation and even features photographs from the St George Great Train festivals held in the 1980s.
Items from Hurstville City Museum & Gallery’s collection are also on display in Hurstville Library’s exhibition area.

Visit our online exhibition ‘Making Tracks: 125 years of rail transport at Hurstville’.

Share your experiences of Hurstville’s railway below…

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