His collar is all that remains today of him after he died his carcass was stuffed and stood for many years on the bar of a pub I think it was but the carcass eventually fell to pieces and his collar was donated to the AFULE who kept it for a while before donating it and handing it on to the then Mile End Railway Museum, now the National Railway Museum at Port Adelaide. I have held this collar on numerous occassions in the past when we did outside displays away from the MERM. The brass plate on it reads " Stop me not but let me jog, for I am Bob the drivers dog". It is on display at the moment at the NRM.
There is a book out also called Bob's Railway and part of it is about Bob the railway dog but mainly about the actual history of the rail lines etc back in those days. Quite a good read though. It can be purchased at the NRM bookshop at Port Adelaide for $78 and they will do mail order but obviously it is best to contact them for the postage and handling costs with it.