I had visited the Heritage Transport Museum thanks to an event organized by Planet Abled. This is a little known place in Taoru, Haryana. The roads are excellent until the last mile and the drive is an easy one at least on a Sunday. As always, the trip was well organized and the staff at the museum had been briefed beforehand on what to expect. There was none of the explanations required about disability. We went directly into the experience. The museum is well maintained and there was little to no dust on any of the exhibits. I know this because, Planet Abled had obtained permission to allow the group to touch them. As usual on such excursions, I was wearing my artificial eye and took a fair number of photographs using my iPhone SE and the After Sight model 1.
Thanks to Ragini and Sonu at the museum for their patience and help.
Thanks to Neha Arora, CEO Planet Abled for describing the photographs I took.
Interesting photos. How come they have something like this in an unknown place? Amazing concept. Seems like one of the Smithsonian museums in Washington DC.
Land availability. The area is an industrial belt and I did not see too many other people.