Climb Aboard India’s Oldest (180-Yr Old) Monorail Every Thursday @ National Rail Museum
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India’s oldest monorail is all set to come back to life and will be chugging into station every Thursday at the National Rail Museum! YAS! This monorail was once owned by the Maharaja of Patiala, Bhupinder Singh, and is now a part of Delhi’s Rail Museum, all set for you to go check it out.
Here’s The Scoop | The Indian Railways, in an effort to preserve its heritage, restored this 108 years old locomotive which is finally running within the compound of the rail museum every Thursday and is open for general public to take rides in.
This monorail has 10 seats and takes about 4 trips in a day. The cost of a single journey is Rs 500 per person.
Go check out this beautiful piece of heritage and don’t forget to take a million selfies!
Where | The National Rail Museum - Chanakyapuri
When | Every Thursday
Timings | 10 AM - 4:45 PM
Entry Per Head | Rs 500
Check Out Their Website | http://www.nrmindia.com