After dusk the constellation of Orion the Hunter can be seen low in the eastern sky. As seen from the southern hemisphere, Orion is upside down. Rigel, the bright star at the top of Orion, represents Orion’s left foot. Betelgeuse, the bright reddish star at the bottom represents Orion’s right armpit.
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The Strasburg Clock model has been one of the most popular exhibits at Powerhouse Museum for over 100 years.
Locomotive No. 1 hauled New South Wales' first train and is on permanent display at Powerhouse Museum.