The museum was founded in 1994 and is situated in a former 19th century locomotive factory. The exposition includes examples of uniform, road equipment tickets and train timetables.
Real steam-engines are situated outside, and include both German and Soviet passenger and armoured cabins, shallow-line railway platforms, snow-machines and a hand car. Unfortunately, none of these have been restored.
Please note that this museum requires its visitors to book their visit beforehand by phone.
There's also a branch of this museum in Jelgava (Stacijas 3, phone: 584 24 94)
Working Hours: 10:00-17:00, Sun, Mon, Tue - closed.
Tickets: 0,50 Ls for school students, 0,20 Ls for pensioners. Model demonstration - 1 Ls.
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