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Tamworth Powerstation Museum switches the lights back on to celebrate the city's electrifying anniversary

Tess Kelly
Updated November 6 2021 - 10:41am, first published November 5 2021 - 4:30pm
LIGHTS ON: Kevin Adams, Naomi Blakey and Lionel Franklin prepare to switch the lights on for the anniversary event. Photo: Gareth Gardner
LIGHTS ON: Kevin Adams, Naomi Blakey and Lionel Franklin prepare to switch the lights on for the anniversary event. Photo: Gareth Gardner

AFTER months of being closed, the lights will switch on, the doors will swing open, and the steam will be pumping at the Tamworth Powerstation Museum to celebrate Australia's first City of Light.

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Tess Kelly

Tess Kelly

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Tess Kelly is a journalist at The Advocate. Story tips and goss can be sent to tess.kelly@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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