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This pint-sized museum is based at the former Tai Po Market Railway Station, though given the exhibits are life-size trains, most of the museum is outdoors. Alongside the historical aspect of seeing a traditional steam locomotive, an old 1950s Australia-made diesel electric engine and retro passenger coaches, visitors can learn about the development of the railways and MTR in Hong Kong, plus there’s an interactive educational corner. The market building is of interest by itself for its early 20th century traditional Chinese pitched-roof architecture.
*** Some attractions and facilities may be temporarily closed due to the current health precautions. Please check their respective websites before you visit. ***