Prepare to please your inner child with this miniature steam train


“All aboard the choo-choo train!” The one thing I absolutely love about Cape Town is that you will never be bored, writes Lynn Cupido of Cape {town} Etc. The Mother City is home to incredible hiking trails, places to swim with dolphins, and now miniature steam trains.

The Western Province Live Steamers Society has launched a miniature steam train in Cape Town, which will now run monthly, reports Go.

Let your inner child go wild as you step into this fun little attraction located at Klein De Grendel’s ‘Station’ in Parow West, behind Ajax Cape Town Football Academy. Grab your best train conductor hat and board one of the station’s model trains before enjoying a delicious picnic lunch in the surrounding field nestled between the tracks.

Not only is this a fun and interesting way to spend a lazy Saturday, but it’s all in the name of preservation. The Western Province Live Steamers Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and development of miniature diesel and electric steam locomotives. It is also an incredible way to admire the work of the amateurs and engineers of the club.

At the heart of this exciting afternoon activity is the goal of providing an incredible experience and a family outing for enthusiastic members and budding locomotives. Whether you are a train enthusiast or a simple Joe, you can enjoy this activity on the first Saturday of every month. There is no entrance fee and trips cost R10 with opening hours from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

  • Site: Bertie Genade Street, Parow

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Photos: Western Province Live Streamers Society

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