NEW INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE INSTALLED

Nov 26, 2018 by

Member for Cessnock Clayton Barr MP visited the museum on Saturday 26 September to inspect the final installation of interpretive signage funded under the Community Building Partnerships program.
Many thanks to Broadley Signs for a quality job which has provided the museum with such a stylish addition to our displays.
Visitors will find that their experience around the museum is much improved by the additional information which they can access from the signage.

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3 Comments

  1. Bill Murphy

    Hi, are you now able to forecast when he museum will open and when the special events might occur. Thank you.

  2. Ben Anderson

    Good to hear you guys are coming back, i can’t wait to come and help out the museum with you all and how it is Kathleen restoration going?

    if you all not 100% who i am, my father is Philip Anderson

    Cheers Ben Anderson

  3. Col

    Is the line fully opened yet?

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