Nairobi Railway Museum

The Nairobi Railway Museum is a railway historical centre in Nairobi, neighbouring Nairobi rail-line station. Containing displays from the outdated East African Railways, it was opened in 1971 by East African Railways and Harbors Corporation. It is operated by Kenya Railways.

The gallery has kept up its rail association. This takes into consideration the proficient development of gallery displays for support and setting things in the assortment.

The three operational steam trains are put away safely covert inside the principle railway works. Guests should seek an arrangement to see them. They are utilized sometimes on traveller trips inside the metro Nairobi region and to Naivasha and Konza. Likewise, one of these trains was utilized in the 1985 film, Out of Africa.

The gallery’s assortment additionally incorporates early diesel trains and traveller mentors. Companions of the Railway Museum East Africa (FORM East Africa), a worry incorporating Railway and Locomotive lovers, has helped with sourcing and getting antiques for the gallery.

As of late (January 2011) a working smaller than usual rail route was introduced to upgrade movement at the exhibition hall.

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