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For the €2 entry fee you can trainspot to your hearts content. There must be 50 or so retired locos from the days of soviet steam and diesel along with a few electric engines too. More needs to be made of this place especially with...More
If you're find of Soviet machinery/railway stuff, this museum is for you. You can climb onboard some trains and appreciate their magnificence. In case it is too cold, there is a small museum indoors, where you can see some memorabilia.
A selection of very impressive locomotives and carriages from the Soviet era, but unless you understand Russian or Belarusian you’ll miss out on a lot of information. Still, I enjoyed it. A good place to bring kids.
The railway museum is located on the way to the Brest fortress. The admission ticket (1€) is quite reasonable. There were many trains at the site. Bad thing is there is no English description so we could only second guess what each train was used...More
I often visit these type of museums, as I am a fan of trains. I was positively surprised with this one. Both the trains displayed, as well as the museum with some exhibits and miniatures, were very nice. Well maintained and organized. Nice collection of...More
Nice to stroll around the old locomotives and wagons. There are machines from decades there and a small covered museum, with the history of railway station in Belorussian. Problem is no English displays, if you want more information, but it´s fine just have a look.
We entered the museum half an hour before closing so we had to rush a little.. Nevertheless we enjoyed our rather short visit. There are some impressive trains and the personnel is not very tight so you can climb on the stairs on the trains...More
Even if you aren't a train geek this place is definitely worth the visit, bcs of all the historical soviet era trains you see there, and special trains like "snow skid train". The huge advantage is that you can go inside and see the interior...More