From Kable to Edison Cables – New Exhibition
April 18 @ 9:00 am - April 28 @ 1:00 pm
Samples of the world’s first underground electric power cables, manufactured by Edison in New York in 1881 and installed in Brisbane in 1884, were recovered from the Queens Wharf Redevelopment site in 2018, and are now on display at the Powerstation Museum as part of their newest exhibition. Come and explore Tamworth’s history as the First City of Light during the 2019 Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival.
COST: $5/$3/$9 Adult/Concession/Family
VENUE: Tamworth Powerstation Museum, 216 Peel Street, Tamworth
TIMES: Thursday 18 – Sunday 21 April 9am – 1pm and Wednesday 24 – Sunday 28 April. CLOSED Good Friday 19 April.
ENQUIRIES AND BOOKINGS: For more information, call 6767 5227.
The Tamworth Regional Heritage Festival is back and bigger than ever with more than 30 events uncovering unique stories and histories from right across the Tamworth region in 2019.
Learn more about this event and others at www.tamworth.nsw.gov.au/heritagefestival