Mumbai: Loco Engine, which has witnessed the development of Indian Railways, is currently adorning the CSMT’s Heritage Gallery. Three more heritage locos have been brought to the Heritage Gallery, built near platform number 18 of the historic CSMT station. The first high-profile train from Mumbai-Pune (Mumbai-Pune), which once ran on the railway’s narrow gauge to pull a toy train from Matheran, was also brought to the Heritage Gallery by tourists at the Heritage Gallery.
It is worth mentioning that in the Heritage Gallery of CSMT, locos and other historical machines from the beginning to the end of Indian Railways have also been kept, so that people can get information about the progress of the railway. Old and important old and important hand operated rail crane brought from London in 1923 to London, hand operated rail crane brought from London in 1923, rail bus built in BEML Bangalore, narrow gauge diesel locos running in Murtajapur section. Locos are being brought here from Parel workshop and other places.
CPRO of Central Railway Shivaji Sutar said that tourists are aware of old historical locos and goods related to railway operations, for this purpose they are being chanted in the Heritage Gallery of CSMT. Our coming generations interested in heritage will also benefit from it.