N Scale Diorama

Embark on a nostalgic journey through Narrogin's rail heyday in the 1960s with our meticulously crafted 'N' scale diorama, a passion project led by Morrie Russell. This incredible 9m by 4m masterpiece, constructed from 2020 to 2023, is a testament to the dedication and craftsmanship of countless volunteers’ hours generously donated by Morrie.

Immerse yourself in the details of the diorama, showcasing Narrogin at the peak of its rail industry. It serves as a visual narrative, enlightening both locals and tourists about the historical significance of railways in the town's past. The diorama vividly depicts the extensive infrastructure that once surrounded Narrogin, highlighting the pivotal role the railways played in shaping the community.

Despite the changing times, Narrogin continues to thrive as a regional center, and this diorama stands as a reminder of its rich heritage. Take your time exploring this expansive exhibit, and don't miss the opportunity to delve deeper into the history of the town's iconic buildings on our Digital Kiosk located next to the diorama. Uncover the secrets these structures held throughout the years.

Here's an interesting fact: Did you know that Narrogin was home to the first Dingo Flour Mill, predating the one in Fremantle? Although the original mill is no longer standing, you can still celebrate this piece of history by grabbing a Narrogin Dingo Flour Mill T-Shirt. Don't miss the chance to relive the past and discover the unique stories woven into Narrogin's vibrant history!