Not content with shelves of invertebrate exoskeletons, the Griffiths Sea Shell Museum also contained a walk in model train set. As befitting the obsessive abilities of a collection as varied and ordered as the museum, this panorama was detailed and somewhat well preserved. A thin film of dust covered the whole village in keeping with the tired 'look' that this place, and all of Lakes Entrance, oozes.
When walking into the room, lights would immediately turn on and all the miniature gears would wake up. A few trains circle the route, traversing from germanic snow capped villages, to ugly modernist buildings, to somewhat industrial train depots and back again. I'm not really sure why they saw fit to include this in a shell museum, but I'm not complaining. And for 6 bucks entry neither should you.