Highway museum complex, Kiribathkumbura

Steam-powered roller at Highway museum complex.JPG
Highway museum complex is the Sri Lanka's first highway museum and is located in Kiribathkumbura, Kandy. The museum is maintained by the Road Development Authority.

The museum has a collection of former construction equipment such as stone road rollers, steam road rollers, oil road rollers, tar boilers, coal scales, road signs and a model of the Bogoda Wooden Bridge. It is reported that some of the equipment on display is over 175 years old.

There are no entrance fees to visitors and there are no time limits since it is situated in an open space area alongside the A1 highway.

This page was last edited on 22 March 2018, at 11:21 (UTC).
Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highway_museum_complex,_Kiribathkumbura under CC BY-SA license.

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