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SteveK
加利福尼亚洛杉矶179 条分享
2022年1月
Great history significant to Kenya's development. Neat stop.

Museum is dated and worn around the edges, but they do a good job on meager budget. Rail history well-articulated, and its significance to growth of Kenya and relevance within British Commonwealth is clearly presented.

Exterior exhibits (e.g., trains) are unfortunately not comprehensively labeled; it's minimal. But one gets the idea.

VISITED: 1 Jan 2022; nonresident adult 600 KES; credit cards accepted
撰写日期:2022年1月3日
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Alexey K
俄罗斯莫斯科4,637 条分享
2021年10月
Очень неплохой музей, если любите паровозики) А, если учесть, что Найроби начинался с железной дороги, то здесь, можно сказать, обязательный к посещению. Оплата картой или m-pesa, как и везде, но можно дать наличку девушке на кассе, а она оплатит за вас через систему.
Кроме непосредственно поездов, есть довольно много очень любопытных фотографий.
В общем, музей - отличный вариант скоротать часок в пыльном и негостеприимном Найроби.
撰写日期:2021年11月12日
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peter n
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2020年8月
imagine being in a place full of locomotives!! seeing the very first locomotive to ever land in Kenya.
my family and i had a time of our life.
撰写日期:2021年5月26日
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Martin Karari
肯尼亚内罗毕218 条分享
2020年3月
A must visit experience for anyone visiting Nairobi. This museum literally catalogues the birth of Nairobi and Kenya in general. It gives the history of how the Kenya-Uganda railway was built and with it the nation of Kenya defined. It is full of history which every Kenyan should know. You get a chance to see the various train engines used over the years including the hand pushed train wagons.
撰写日期:2020年12月7日
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Granules2013
澳大利亚达尔文市2,015 条分享
2019年12月 • 独自旅游
Only a small museum hidden in the city. It’s a bit of an effort to get to and also a bit run down. You pretty much just do an at your own pace tour and wander around yourself reading and viewing everything. Really interesting place though, lots of history and some of the exhibits are really good. Great to walk around and climb into some of the old trains outside.
撰写日期:2020年4月4日
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GILL C
英国奇切斯特36 条分享
2020年2月
This is a fascinating place - and should not be missed by visitors to Nairobi - the memorabilia and photographs of the extraordinary endeavour that building this railway represented , and the hardships of those involved are a significant part of the history of the country, and come to life here. Without the supply depot being created here on the way to Uganda,, Nairobi as it is today would not exist. Sadly some of the photos and drawings are becoming a little faded with age and could do with some conservation effort before they are lost forever. The rolling stock surrounded by weeds is evocative of a bygone era but open to exploration in a way that would not be possible in a European museum.
撰写日期:2020年3月30日
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Patti G
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2020年1月
The staff was not helpful and was more concerned with the age of my money. The inside museum was interesting with artifacts from old trains. It was a reminder of the colonial days.
撰写日期:2020年2月12日
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Madhulika L
印度诺伊达3,692 条分享
2020年1月
Getting to this museum is a little convoluted—the approach to it is down a curving dirt road, past the outdoor sections of the museum (which are separated from the road by heavy wire mesh). To get on to the dirt road itself, you have to first go through a gate manned by a security guard, who will get you sign in, in a register. The actual tickets to the museum have to be bought at the museum building, at the end of the dirt road. The entry fee is $10 per adult (or KSH 600) and $2 per child (or KSH 100)—which doesn’t work out the same if you know the exchange rate, which the staff here don’t seem to. Since we didn’t have shillings , only dollars, we ended up paying $22 for my husband, me, and our daughter; if we’d paid in shillings, it would have been much cheaper. Make sure you bring along sufficient shillings.

The museum spreads out across four rooms and the large yard outside. The first room is the largest, and the most interesting. Before we started, a museum staffer conducted us to a relief map of Kenya and gave us an introduction to the history of the Kenyan railways: how the system was designed by the British primarily to allow them access to the Nile in Uganda; how Indians were brought in to work as supervisors while local Kenyans provided most of the labour; the progress made; and important landmarks and incidents related to the railways, such as the infamous Tsavo maneaters.

After this interesting little talk, we were free to go about the museum , looking at the exhibits for ourselves. The first room has a vast range of exhibits, ranging from photographs, survey maps, station masters’ chairs, a track inspector’s bicycle (and a similarly used trolley), plus other memorabilia from the late 1800s and early 1900s, all relating to the laying down of the railways in Kenya. There are also other interesting objects here, including the porcelain set used on board train by Princess Elizabeth when she visited Kenya in 1960 along with her husband Prince Phillip (as many would know, by the time she left Kenya, she was Queen Elizabeth II)—sofas on which she sat while in Kenya are also in the museum.

Another highlight of this room are three claws of one of the Tsavo man-eaters that disrupted work on the ‘Lunatic Line’, as the Mombasa-Nairobi line was known. The claws are kept safely in a little plastic box, at the staff’s office: we asked to see these, and were shown them readily enough.

The second room is much smaller, and contains signalling equipment and other communications equipment used by the railways, from bells and lamps and early typewriters, to telephones of various vintages. In the third room are items related to ships and water transport: models of ships associated with Kenya, and a good bit about a German cruiser named Konigsberg, which was sunk off the coast during World War I. This room contains a fine sideboard and the captain’s table salvaged from the Konigsberg.

The last room is about modern railways in Kenya, most of which are being developed with Chinese collaboration.

After these four rooms, we went off to the large, gravelled yard outside, where are stationed several engines, coaches and related railway equipment. Several of these are open, and you are allowed to climb in to look around. For me, the most interesting piece of history here was stationed inside the pale blue shed near the gate: here stands Coach #12, a first class coach inside which a British police officer, Superintendent Charles Henry George Ryall, had decided to sit up, armed with a gun, to try and kill one of the Tsavo man-eaters. Unfortunately for Ryall, he fell asleep—and was killed by the lion, which entered the coach.

A little outside the shed and close to the gate of the yard is a locomotive which was used in the filming of the movie ‘Out of Africa’.

A fascinating museum.
撰写日期:2020年1月31日
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Precious Thaavu
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2019年12月 • 家庭
This is a trully must visit. Carry water and wear comfortable shoes because it's quite a walk within the museum. Come ready to read and learn a lesson in history. Loved it. My kids loved it
撰写日期:2020年1月13日
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Gérard S
比利时阿尔隆44 条分享
2019年11月
Le Kenya a une longue et ancienne histoire ferroviaire qu'il est important de garder en mémoire. Ce musée vaut une visite et chacun peut y trouver son centre d'intérêt. Belles machines à l'extérieur. On peut se promener librement dans un environnement agréable et bien entretenu. Nous avons reçu à l'entrée le premier numéro d'un magazine gratuit en anglais ("Safarini") sur la nouvelle ligne de Nairobi à Mombasa en quatre heures. Très intéressant à lire et on ne peut que mesurer tout le chemin parcouru depuis 1913.
撰写日期:2019年12月16日
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