The Outeniqua Transport Museum offers a glimpse into the history of automobile and transport in the country. Visitors get a chance to see different types of steam locomotives, including a narrow gauge.
One can also see the 'Emil Kessler', Johannesburg’s first steam locomotive. The GL Garrett with carriages, such as a coach from the Royal Train of 1947, Paul Kruger’s coach and private saloons are also on display.
Automobile fans can observe various models of steam locomotives, a wide collection of steam locomotive number plates, makers plates, a model train room and road motor vehicles. Apart from these, there is also a collection of private vintage cars.
Timing: Daily except Sundays:
8 am – 5 pm (1 September to 30 April)
8 am – 4 pm (Monday to Friday) (1 May to 31 August)
8 am – 2 pm (Saturdays) (1 May to 31 August)
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