Railway Park, 370 Regency Rd Prospect South Australia

Welcome to AMSRS

Railway Park 
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Railway Park is located at
370 Regency Road Prospect SA
Mid way between Churchill and Prospect Rds


We are open on the 4th Sunday of each month except December:
Gates  open  from  1pm  –  4pm:
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Railway Park will not be open on the scheduled Sunday:
If the forecast is 35 degree’s and over:
If the forecast is for continuous rain:

Adelaide Miniature Steam Railway Society Inc

unlimited  train  rides
with park entry

Payable at the gate on the day:
Park Enrty fees: $8 Adults,  $6 Child with Under 3’s Free

A few things we’re great at:

Here at A.M.S.R.S. we love running our engines and trains. We provide a family safe fully fenced environment with neat tidy facilities, picnic tables and benches, small canteen with hot and cold drinks and icecreams available.
Birthday parties are also a great oppertunity for some social fun

Founded in 1973:

Started by a handful of dedicated enthusiasts in 1973 Railway Park, Prospect has been an Icon in the community since the begining, hosting its first public open day in May 1976

Railway Park is the only exclusive 5″guage miniature railway in Adelaide, comprising of miniature scaled line side structures and approximatley 1km of track circuting the fully enclosed park.
What you see today is a result of many years of planning and and ongoing work, keeping the magic of Miniature steam alive to be enjoyed by generations of adults and children alike. 

Run by volunteers:

Railway Park is proudly staffed by our volunteer members.
Not only do we run and maintain our locomotives, we maintain the park and its facillities from the tracks, signals and rolling stock to the signals, gardens and canteen.

Non for profit org:

A.M.S.R.S is proudly non for profit.
We also Support the Prospect, Blair Athol Lions club by hosting their fuundraising sasauge sizzels on our running days:

Proudly supporting the City of Prospect:

We proudly support our community in the City of Prospect by employing local contractors for park maintanance and the purchase of canteen items Keeping money within the community. We also host charity days to hlp raise money for other local community groups

Keeping you safe:

At Railway Park:

There are some basic safety rules that we require you to follow to help keep you and your family safe when spending an afternoon with us.


Please note that it a condition of entry to the Park that fully enclosed shoes are to he worn to be able to ride our trains:

We reserve the right to remove people who do not have protctive shoes from a ride:


Enter the station area calmly and wait seated behind the yellow line on the Platform for your ride:
Please listen to the sation attendant for directions to board your train:
DO NOT enter the rail corridor for any reason unless directed by a park volunteer:


DO NOT enter the Rail corridor or crossing when the lights and bells are actively sounding!

We ask you  to remain behind the yellow line until the train has passed and the warnings have stopped before you safely
walk across the crossing:



Feet are to remain on the running boards, once seated and sit up straight for the entire ride until the train has stopped at the station and you disembark:
DO NOT lean out to either side whilst the train is in motion:

Members Days
& Inter-clubs

Our club has a members day once a month where the drivers bring out there engines for a fun time just to blow off some steam.
We get to steam test, make adjustments and or repairs for maintanance of the engines, rolling stock, track swithches, signaling and more.
Once the hard stuff is done we then just have fun playing trains for a while .
This is a great time for kids, grand kids to come out to learn about firing and driving the engines and the safety rules for driving at Railway Park.

We also invite other Miniature railway clubs to come and run their engines on our track. This is a really good time to socialy interact with members from other groups catching up on the latest  news over a BBQ lunch. We also get to fire and drive each others engines which is really interesting.
A lot of great friendships have been formed all over Australia through these interactive and informative meetings.

Show of work:

Every few months we host a show of work after a lite supper at a meeting.
This is where members can bring in and take pride in displaying what they have been working on at home in between public running days interclub events and park and railway maintanance.
From locomotives, carriages and general rolling stock, its quite facinating to see all the intracies involved and the skills that members have to build these miniature master pieces.

Public Reviews

Don’t take our word for it!   Come and see for yourself.

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