Nairobi Railway Museum depicts the history of the Kenya-Uganda railway line which Winston Churchill, a British statesman later named the “Lunatic line”. There is a display of old steam engines and the coach from which Superintendent Ryall was hauled out by one of the “Man-eaters of Tsavo” (lions which killed and fed on a number of railway builders). There are also relics of the first world war and big game hunting including the cowcatcher seat on which former US president Theodore Roosevelt rode during his big game safari in 1908
The museum exhibits 10 old steam engines built between 1923 and 1955, as well as much material showing the history of Kenya as the railway helped it to develop


Day 1: Departure

Day 2


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 Number ticket  × $60.00
Total = $60.00