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Located at Rizhskaya station. Easily accessible from the Metro Line 6 (orange line). This is an outdoor museum with numerous locomotives on display from the Soviet past. A great place to wander around if trains interest you.
The museum is next to Rizhskaya railway station,served by metro orange line #6. Once out from metro, cross the road through underpass to the opposite site where you can spot big decorated station (walk straight through underpass & turn to your right hand exit to...More
The museum is alongside the Rizhkaya station and if you arrive on metro line 6(orange) you will need to use the subway to cross the very busy road.
While the lady taking entrance money didn't speak English she realised that I was English she produce...More
For those of you who like trains then you will love this place!!
For just 250 rubles + an extra 200 for the privilege of taking pictures there are a lot of very very large engines to see. Spread nose to tail over 4 platforms...More
So we found this train museum but arrived 30 minutes before they closed the indoor layout. The outdoor portionwas already folded for the day. So we will have to go visit the open air part another day. The HO scale layout was really neat.
We found this Museum in spite of most Moscow Railway Museum references directing one to the Lenin Museum with it's one steam loco. Here we were impressed with the big locomotive line-up Steam, electirics, diesels snow ploughs are well spaced so it was possible to...More
Situated in a park with a gatekeeper this museum is not easy to find.Main feature of this indoor collection is the beautifully preserved locomotive and wagon which carried Lenin's body to Moscow after his death. Not a lot of English explanation so a guide (which...More