Warwick Steam Train
Warwick Railway Station & Steam Train
Warwick Railway Station in Lyons Street was built from local sandstone in the 1880's. The plaque outside the Warwick Railway Station immortalises the egg throwing incident involving the then Prime Minister, Billy Hughes, in 1917, which resulted in the formation of the Federal Police.
Part of the Precinct, the Cottonvale Railway Station, features a full size operational replica of a 1918 Panhard Rail Motor, a beautifully restored turntable and a Walker steam locomotive.
The Southern Downs Steam train departs from the station and is a jolly ride across the region.
For timetables, please visit the Southern Downs Steam Train website.