The Railway Museum at Mysore, India is an out of doors show off of antique locomotives. The Railway Museum became installed in 1979 with the aid of Indian Railways, the second 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 pix and art work depicting the increase of railways in India. Railway indicators and lights also are displayed.
The museum has a battery-operated mini-train giving a brief experience for kids at the grounds. The image at left is a 1925 model Austin, at first an car made for jogging on avenue. It changed into later offered to a scrap dealer. A railway worker brought this vehicle from the scrap dealer and restored it. However, he made few principal changes to the auto. He fitted rail wheels to the auto and eliminated the steering.