Getting there: the advertised historic diesel did not run from Nyugati Station when we were there, even though it was an advertised 'steam special' weekend. So we crossed to Keleti Stn and got the bus. Buses 30/30A go to the Park -- 30 is a slightly classier bendy-bus.. As pleasant would be to take Metro Line 1, and pick up the bus from Dosza Gyorgy ut, by the Fine Art Museum. Get off at Rokolya Utyca, and walk down to the end, turn left, and the Park is up on your right.
The Park has a large number of static locos, and long sidings worth of rolling stock, enough for the addict; in general though it is very child friendly, and there were lots for them to do. There were three locos in steam when we were there, offering cab rides of a few hundred metres, and back, for 2000 Forints (about £6). There's a good garden railway. Most of it seems to be run by MAV staff, very friendly, but not much English was spoken. OK in the cafe! It could do with a guidebook for the loco stock etc, but I didn't see one in Hungarian either. Its a nice friendly set-up, and well worth a visit.
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