Port Pirie Railway Station and Customs House – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Railway Station, built in a striking Victorian Pavilion style in 1902, and former Customs House form part of the Port Pirie Historic and Folk Museum. Features include the narrow gauge steam-shunting engine Port Pirie and Diprotodon bones found in the area.
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