The Museum, spread over an area of three acres near Fatehpur village on Toru-Bilaspur road, depicts development that has taken place in modes of transportation over the years, an official release in Chandigarh said.
It has been set up by the Heritage Transportation Museum Trust.
The Chief Minister also went around the museum where various modes of transportation were exhibited including models of cart with wooden wheel, camel cart, bagghi, bicycle, rickshaw, old scooters, tram, train, helicopter and aircraft.
“The Museum has become a reality due to joint efforts of the Union Ministry of Culture and Haryana Government,” Hooda said.


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