MAAS already has two sites, but one is not generally accessible to the public.
There is scope to have a new facility at Parramatta with this overflow collection alone. But the Goverment is continually cutting back funding for the Powerhouse operation, so I doubt it would really want to fund two full facilities, or even two partial displays.
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It sounds like the worst option - 2 sites miles apart to see it all.
I was there last year and from memory the old trains were on the first floor (up). It must have been a job getting them up there and a headache if they want to take them away.