The Railway Museum at Mysore, India is an out of doors showcase of vintage locomotives. The Railway Museum was set up in 1979 by way of Indian Railways, the second one such museum after the National Railway Museum in Delhi. The museum is opposite the Central Food Technology and Research Institute on Krishnaraja Sagar Road. It has locomotives and a gallery of images and artwork depicting the increase of railways in India. Railway alerts and lights are also displayed. The museum has a battery-operated mini-educate giving a short experience for kids at the grounds.
The picture at left is a 1925 version Austin, in the beginning an automobile made for strolling on road. It was later bought to a scrap supplier. A railway worker delivered this car from the scrap dealer and restored it. However, he made few important changes to the auto. He fitted rail wheels to the car and eliminated the steering. Thus it commenced its adventure as railcar. It become used for sporting inspection officials on course. It ought to bring six humans.