There are two locomotives in the 228 peace park and both are more than one hundred years old.
This one is called Teng-Yung, which means running very fast as if flying in the clouds.
The other one is called “No. 9 of Taiwan Railway” or “TRA No. 9“.
It was made by the Avonside Engine Company in England in 1871 and is now one of the oldest preserved train engine in Asia.
And … in front of the exhibition hall, there is a loudspeaker where you can hear the recorded sound of Teng-Yung running.
Want to hear the sound? Be careful with the volum. Sound of the Teng-Yung
(Background photo by Ivandrei Pretorius from Pexels.)