The last train into the Tenterfield heritage railway station was on
24 October 1989, but through the efforts of the Tenterfield Railway
Station Preservation Society, the station is now open as a museum.
The museum is open from 10am to 4pm from Wednesdays to Sundays and on
all days during the NSW and Queensland school holidays. Special
arrangements can be made for bookings of parties of six or more and
guided tours can be booked.
As well as operating the museum, the Society has access rights to
operate rail track machines ("trikes") for tourists but these operations
are temporarily suspended due to insurance problems.