Delhi: India’s oldest monorail comes back to life, to chug every Thursday


Neighbourhood News Desk/Avi Arya: In an effort to preserve its heritage Indian Railways, restored the 108-year-old locomotive, which runs within the compound of the rail museum every Thursday and is open for general public. The 10-seater monorail makes four trips in a day. The cost of a single journey is Rs 500 per person.

The rail carriage, known as Patiala State Monorail Train-ways (PSMT), is an unique rail-guided, partially road-borne railway system. The National Rail Museum was then inaugurated on February 1, 1977, and has an interesting collection of history and heritage.

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