On 16 April 2016, 74 Oratorians of H.C. Auxilium Vasant Vihar headed towards the National Railway museum in Chanakyapuri, together with the sisters Sr. Jenita Mary and Sr. Karuna Kanchan and the teachers. National Rail Museum primarily focuses on preserving rail heritage of the country. It boasts of having rarest and unique exhibits in its premise. The oldest working steam locomotive “Fairy Queen” is one of the exhibit and figures in Guinness Book of the world record. Prince of Wales saloon, Mysore Maharaja Saloon, Fireless steam locomotive, Rail buses, Rail cars, electric locos etc. are some other preserved exhibits. They spent the day in the company of friends and enjoyed the train rides. The trip left a lasting impact on each child as they explored the history of Indian railways.