what to see / Trans Namib Museum

The TransNamib museum is located in historical Windhoek Railway station building. The museum was officially opened on 1 July 1993. The exhibition consists of wide range of railway equipment, maps and related items date back to German colonial times and South African administration. Outside of the museum you can see old locomotives including the first diesel locomotive in the country. Another part of exhibition is dedicated to Namibian Airways history and Namibian Maritime history. You can also see the crockery and cutlery used in the dining cars of South African Railways in Namibia, telecommunication and electrical equipment. Some very interesting facts are revealed in documents in museum's collection. For example, the railway workshops in Karibib already had an electric lighting in 1902, and that the National Transport Corporation of South West Africa / Namibia started its operation in 1988, replacing the operations of South African Transport Services. The buildi... read more  Read More

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