This museum is located in Queen Elizabeth Park, where you can take a retro train to the Whareroa Coast. The railcars on display in the museum were all actually used in the 1920s and 1930s, and it was not until 1960 that they withdrew from the stage of history. It should be noted that the museum sometimes suspends the operation of the small train for power maintenance. It is recommended to call in advance or check the operation on the official website.
If you come to Wellington, you must take the tram at least once, and the museum near the highest station is worth a visit.
These trams on display are really thick and British, and you can see them in various British dramas. Because I like rail transit, let's take a look at the different styles of Japan.
For the first time, I saw that there are exhibitions on trams, and there are actual trams. They are indeed environmentally friendly public transportation.