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Bit out in the sticks but caught bus into Kusadasi and then another to Selçuk easy to find. 15tl entrance Bargain! Loads of engines, I think there around 32 all from various countries with good info about each. All painted black and red so they...More
Came here for two reasons, learn more about trains and do a photo session for my train obsessed toddler. There are quite a few great spots for great photos and the museum is not super big that will get you tired from walking around. You...More
If you like steam engines this is the place for you. In a lovely setting you can climb onboard the engines again and again.
There is an carriage here the Ataturk used to travel around Turkey.
Well worth a visit for anyone interested in trains...More
Interesting Museum with plenty to look at if you are a train enthusiast. Good to do some research on trains art the turn of the 1900's from e.g. USA, Germany, UK. Amazing how recently they have been decommissioned! this museum does not seem to be...More
We were looking for something different to visit with the kids & found this outdoor train museum.
This museum was really impressive with very old train (around 1900 !); we even sat in former Turkish President's Carriage, Ataturk.
Took a 20 mins ride of minibus from Selcuk city center to Camlik. Locomotives of different years were there. Have a cup of tea at the garden. A great way to spend an hour or 2 if no other plan or on your way to...More
If you like trains you will love this place , its a bit off the beaten track but its amazing . The grounds are really well kept and the toilets are spotless. Its so tranquil and relaxing walking about in the grounds of the museum.