We should see the our Indian railways past and it is good to go and see the rail museum. Worth going
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Rail museum is nice place to see history of indian railway.here kept many old rail engine .and boggie.place show evolution of indian railway and old engine and railway part preserved and maintain very well.
For the love of some cherished childhood memories and for having my daughters experience the same, I had to take them to the place. It was much better in some facilities, dilapidated to some extent in some aspects and some new additions too.....but all in...More
This museum is worth a visit. There are many old trains of several varieties. Some intended to travel on narrow mountain tracks and some intended for travel by national leaders and royalty.
Yes !!!!! This is the place which takes us all back to our childhood days when we all used to wave at the trains passing by n thr planes flying. One if my favorate places since my chilhood times. It is an awesome place to...More
Nice place to visit with family... Children's will surely love this place... Water and sound show is not so great but the toy train ride and Joy ride is nice The museum with history of Train engine and miniature steam engine along with simulation track...More
If you have any interest in knowing about Railways and it's history in India, then this is the place. It has all the vintage coaches and Locomotives ever used by Indian Railways parked in its premises and our very well maintained too. The museum also...More
worthable going with kids, old engines and a toy train ride was appreciated small food cantene, but food is so so , please carry your snacks with you, kids will enjoy the place,,
It is well set out with many exhibits including a miniature railway. You can also go on a train ride around the museum to see the exhibits.It makes you realise how much things have changed.
When we went the steam train wasn't working, out of three train rides only the child's joy train was working. All trains are open and not well looked after. The canteen was closed so no food available inside. The museum was informative and fun to...More