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SWR shuts Mysuru Rail Museum, Malgudi Museum in view of Covid19


Team Udayavani, Apr 21, 2021, 7:05 PM IST

Mysuru: In a bid to comply with the guidelines/SOPs issued by the central and state governments, the South Western Railway (SWR) Wednesday decided to close the Mysuru Rail Museum and Malgudi Museum at Arasalu railway station for the public, beginning April 22.

“The dates of reopening will be decided after assessing the overall situation,” a statement issued by SWR read.

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