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The National Trust Museum in the distinctive former railway station in Ellen Street explains the history of Pirie as a wheat and ore port. In the 1870's and 1880's, more wheat ships were loaded here than in Port Adelaide.
The Railway Station, built in a striking Victorian Pavilion style in 1902, and former Customs House form part of the Port Pirie Historic and Folk Museum. Features include the narrow gauge steam shunting engine Port Pirie and Diprotodon bones found in the area.