The Outeniqua Transport Museum in George where you can see many different old steam trains. The museum can be booked for weddings, corporate functions, product launches and other events.
Inside the museum you'll find a variety of 13 steam locomotives including a narrow gauge, the Emil Kessler- Johannesburg’s first steam locomotive, the impressive GL Garrett together with carriages from a bygone era, such as a coach from the Royal Train of 1947, Paul Kruger’s coach and private saloons, just to name a few are on display.
A photo gallery depicting some of the most breathtaking photos of South African steam can be seen, poetry relating to train travel, crockery and cutlery previously used on main line trains and in station restaurants are on display. Various models of steam locomotives, a brilliant collection of steam locomotive number plates, makers plates, a model train room, road motor vehicles and a private vintage car selection complete the exhibition. A coffee shop is available inside the museum.