Commissioner of British East Africa Sir Charles Eliot once stated “It is not an unusual thing for a railway to open a country, but this line literally made a country”. Such is the significance of the railroads in Kenya and this museum is commited on preserving and sharing its incredible history. Exhibits incorprate restored locomotives and carriages, the steam train from the film “Out of Africa”, as well as morbid but interesting details about the Lunatic Express and the Man-eaters of Tsavo that terrorized the notourious project
This museum is dedicated to trains. Its cultural relics have witnessed the rise and fall of Kenya's railway industry. There are many games in it. It's very interesting.
The Railway Museum records the history of railway development for hundreds of years. Friends who are interested in history can see it.
The impression on this side is very good, I think I will come here for the second time, like the feeling, recommended to you.
Coming here, I feel like this place very much. I'm very satisfied with all the things here. It's worth recommending to you.
A very worthwhile place to go, come here will feel very relaxed, the night market is very comfortable, forget tiredness.
I feel very comfortable and relaxed here, and the night market is very enjoyable. It is worth recommending to you.
I was very impressed when I first came here a few years ago, and I still like it very much this time.
The Railway Museum is located near the Nairobi Railway Station. The exhibits are all about railways, showing people the history of railway development in Kenya.
Still very good, the environment and scenery are good. There are still many exhibits in this museum. I saw many of the first steam locomotives.
I saw many of the first steam locomotives. The exhibits are all about railways, showing people the history of railway development in Kenya.