Moonta Mines Model School Museum – National Trust Property
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About this site: Moonta Mines Museum houses thematic displays on the Cornish miners. There are also extensive displays of costume, china, silverware, photographs, memorabilia and a classroom furnished in c.1900. Take a 50 minute round trip by narrow gauge rail passing the reservoir and ore sorting floors, then through a tunnel in Ryans Tailings Heap.
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