Heidelberg Heritage Association - Heidelberg Railway Station

Officially opened by the State secretary, Leyds on Paul Kruger’s birthday of 10/10/1895. This was the main station on the South-Eastern line and used until the new station was opened in 1961. The building was declared a national monument in 1975 and operated as the old Transport Museum by the Rupert Foundation until 2004. The foundation stone dates way back to heritage day, 24 September 1894.

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Cnr Voortrekker and Peperboom Streets, Heidelberg

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