About Sierra Leone National Railway Museum
The Sierra Leone National Railway Museum is a unique cultural institution located in Cline Town, Freetown. The museum was established in 2005 to preserve the history and heritage of the country's once-thriving railway system, which operated from 1896 to 1974.
The museum's collection includes a range of artifacts related to the railway system, including locomotives, carriages, signaling equipment, and other related items. The museum's exhibits highlight the crucial role that the railway played in the economic and social development of Sierra Leone, as well as its impact on the lives of the country's people.
The Sierra Leone National Railway Museum is an essential resource for researchers, historians, and anyone interested in the country's railway history. The museum provides educational programs and outreach activities, including guided tours, workshops, and lectures, aimed at raising public awareness of the importance of the railway in Sierra Leone's history and culture.