The Chennai Rail Museum is a railway museum in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. The museum opened on 16 April 2002 on the premises of the Furnishing Division of the Integral Coach Factory near Villivakkam. Situated crosswise over 6.25 sections of land of land, the historical center hosts both specialized and legacy shows, with a sizable gathering of steam motors having a place with different many years of the British Raj.
The historical center likewise shows different vintage mentors, for example, Ooty trains, which were endemic to the Indian railroads. The vast majority of the more established models were made by the North British Locomotive Company, with a portion of the accumulation going back in excess of one hundred years. Toy prepare rides are offered around the premises. The historical center is open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Tuesday through Friday, and 10:00 am to 9:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
It is shut each Monday and on national occasions. The indoor craftsmanship exhibition has been revamped and is available to the general population. The exhibition hall is controlled, overseen and kept up by the Integral Coach Factory, Chennai. The Regional Rail Museum RRM was set up in March 2002. The Railway board had an unmistakable fascination in its improvement as it was to fill in as a model for the other RRM's being arranged later on, at Kolkata and Pune.