The Golden Mile Loopline Railway Society Inc. (GMLRS) invites you to come for a visit to the Loopline Museum and Information Centre.
Located in the old Boulder City Station at the corner of Burt and Hamilton Streets in Boulder, the Loopline Museum and Information Centre is open from 9am until 2pm daily*. Featuring our railway history museum, the Boulder City Station was once part of the busiest railway network in Western Australia. It is now the only surviving train station of the Loopline Railway, which began operating in 1897.
There were up to 60 passenger trains each day on the Loopline's narrow gauge railway - 30 trains in each direction. They were steam-hauled passenger trains of up to 10 carriages in length carrying miners to and from work, and at shift change in the mines, there were trains through the platforms every few minutes.
GMLRS is a not-for-profit organisation of members interested in the preservation and operation of the historic Loopline Railway. We are dedicated to restoring our heritage trains and keeping the Loopline Museum and Information Centre open so that visitors and locals alike can revisit the days gone by".
2015 KBCCI Tourism Award
2014 KBCCI Tourism Award
2013 ATHRA Best Restoration Award Locomotive
* Loopline Information Centre is open daily from 9am until 2pm., except for Good Friday, ANZAC day morning and Christmas Day when it will be closed.