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Our team of missionaries visited the Nairobi Railways station just few metres walk from the city center.
We realized that most travelers used to use the train from Nairobi to Mombasa for about 7 hours one way.
The experience for the old train was only...More
The museum, while a little run down, offers a different perspective on Kenyan history, through the lens of the railways. The collection of trains in the yard is impressive, and while the displays could use some upkeep, it was worth the hour and 600 ksh...More
We chose this as part of our last full day in Kenya. Our driver, from our tour company turned out to be a railway enthusiast like me, and accompanied us on our tour.
A member of the museum staff gave us a brief overview of...More
My family has recently travelled by train in Kenya and we throughly enjoyed the whole experience. The train stations and trains are very clean and the service provided by all the staff was excellent. We travelled 1st class and our seats were very comfortable with...More
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I visited this ‘hidden’ gem in the heart of the city. I had an informed taxi driver so no problems in finding it but would be a challenge otherwise. He was able to wait on the premises while...More
Railway museum? Yawn, yawn, yawn...or so I thought. I couldn't have been more wrong. This small little museum packs a punch - with over ten different trains - some almost 100 years old - that you can climb aboard and experience. The trains don't run,...More
Visit this place to understand better importance of railway for this country. To hear the story about one lion and one man and to climb aboard and take pictures of the locomotives.
The museum is not maintained well, but is definitely still worth a visit....More
An interesting and engaging museum especially for history lovers. Display and depicts the early railway construction and locomotives. Early diesel locomotives and coaches in display. Main gallery has a lot of information in terms of maps, pictures, diagrams, drawings and write ups on the construction...More