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When you get to the Railway Museum, located on Barros Arana St, the first thing you see between the trees are the old trains.
Among the cars stands out a Carbonera, the tallest building in the museum, which stores up to 3,000 tons of coal...More
Nice and quite train museum.
Although they are remodeling (I was told it will take at least a year from now) they are still working in normal hours.
They have a tour in English. And it is very cheap. It cost less than 5 dollars...More
It wasn't that much to see but there are some nice old trains. The stuff people are very nice. Good place to hang out woth friends for some hours, taking pictures etc.
Guess would be perfect for families with kids.
I didn't take the actual museum tour. I just met up with some friends in the park, looked at the trains, and threw a frisbee. It's a nice outdoor space if you are looking for some chill time in a park.
We trekked on foot to this museum, spurred on by the enthusiasm of a nostalgic rail commuter... and we really tried to like it! It was unaccountably closed so we wandered among a graveyard of trains, some burnt out or graffiti-ed, and peered through the...More