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          Indian Railways have set up Regional Rail Museums all over the Nation, in the lines of National Rail Museum at Delhi, to showcase the rich heritage of Indian Railways for the past 150 years. The Chennai Rail Museum is the second such Rail Museum that is dedicated to the nation. Opened by Shri Nitish Kumar, the then Hon’ble Railway Minister on 31.03.2002. At the centre of the Museum, the first gallery of 360 sq. meters had been built, accommodating several heritage exhibits, photographs, and other important information on the glorious History of Railways. Over the years, many additions have been made to the erstwhile Regional Rail Museum, now named as Chennai Rail Museum, with 5 Indoor Galleries that contain heritage rail items, vintage trains, photos, scale models, etc. The CRM is unique and different from other Rail Museums, with a dedicated Art gallery that displays rail related art work by eminent artists, a 90 seater Air-conditioned Movie Theatre, and many many more such attractions.

          The Chennai Rail Museum is located at the North West side of ICF Furnishing Division, adjacent to New Avadi road, covering 6.25 acres in a serene ambience.

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