Kimberley Transport Museum

Kimberley Transport Museum

This historical transport museum is located at the Kimberley Railway Station. It showcases the development of the railways and transport systems of the area. It also pays tribute to all those involved in these impressive engineering feats, including the unsung heroes, such as black labourers who were not previously honoured for their toil on the railways.

There is much to be seen: from displays of a cabin of a real steam locomotive built by the North British Locomotive Co as works no 27311 in 1953; to the cycle used by the Southern Rhodesian Volunteers during the Anglo-Boer War; and model trains from the Baxter collection.

Date: Weekdays

Time: 8.30am to 3.30pm


Venue address: Platform 1 Station, Florence Rd, Kimberley

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Wheelchair accessibility: Unknown


Tel: 053 838 2376