This museum is dedicated to telling the rich railway history of the city and surrounding area. At the heart of the exhibition is a recreated railway station platform and within the displays visitors can find out about the various railway companies which once operated out of the city.
Derry today is served by just one railway system, which reaches to Belfast and Dublin and beyond. At one time, however, it was served by four different systems, which stretched throughout Northern Ireland and into County Donegal.
This is a non-guided facility with an opportunity to view the exhibits at your leisure. Recommended time for the facility is approximately thirty minutes.