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Gareth S wrote a review Dec 2018
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom1,650 contributions212 helpful votes
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.
Date of experience: November 2018
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Nouzab wrote a review Jul 2018
Viti Levu, Fiji3,325 contributions355 helpful votes
One of the best railway museums I have ever visited. The whole history of Soviet railway is in exhibit. No notes in English but worth the visit. It's a must.
Date of experience: July 2018
KANCHANA NANAYAKKARA wrote a review Jun 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates387 contributions242 helpful votes
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 go up). The museum entrance is at the end of the main station building as you walk along the station building. The museum has many soviet era locomotives from steam,diesel to electric. One can see the first Moscow-St.Petersburg experimental high speed train as well. We were charged RUB 300 per head as entrance fee. Only disadvantage is all the description about exhibits were only in Russian. But,a must-visit for a railway lover or anyone who likes something different in Moscow.…
Date of experience: June 2018
Henderka wrote a review Feb 2017
7 contributions1 helpful vote
I was very sceptical about it at first, add I'm not a big fan of trains - or any odd museums, per se - but I found that a surprising amount of love was put into it by the dedicated keepers.
Date of experience: January 2017
Roger J wrote a review Oct 2016
Haywards Heath, United Kingdom134 contributions83 helpful votes
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 an English guide (all the information along side exhibits is in Russian). There are four lines of exhibits covering steam, diesel, electric and rolling stock. Note that the exhibits are in the open, I had to visit on a day when it rained all day. Before you go you must check which days they are open as they are closed two days a week. I found the museum very interesting albeit the weather is taking it's toll on the paint work. If you have any interest in railways GO.…
Date of experience: October 2016