The machine parts and medical machining part that were once part of a time machine part are still there in India’s Rani Air Force Museum.
According to the Times of Indian, the time machine parts were given to the Indian Air Force as part of the Rani-Airtel Expressway project.
The Air Force, however, decided not to use the machines for military purposes and put them on display in the R&R Air Museum.
The museum curator of the time machines said the machines are part of an Air Force-built time machine and that they were kept in the museum as part to showcase their heritage.
“I’m sure there are some other parts like these out there, but there is no need to keep them at the museum.
It’s a part of our national heritage and we are proud of our time machines,” said curator Gauri Srivastava.
According the Times, the machines were brought in from the United States and were put on display.