If you have time this place is a neat place to stop to enjoy all the different trains! Great train museum!
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Spent an interesting hour and a half in the museum. We were given a brochure in English, but it was a shame that the information on the exhibitions were not in other languages. It was great to see some of the old engines and exhibits. Unfortunately we were not there on a day when you were able to have a... More
A small entrance fee gets you into this large display of mostly Spanish trains and railway equipment. The history is interesting the staff are enthusiastic and you even get a short ride in a train carriage.
If you have few hours to kill, and if you have kids, this is an okay place to visit and it is free on a Sunday. It would be nice if they provide information in English or add it on the description of the displayed windows but unfortunately not so it hard for those who do not understand Spanish to... More
It is free to enter on Sundays.The old steam engines snd rolling stock( some from the mid 19th century) are just a delight to see fully restored.There are several exhibitions and plenty of photos and historical items on show.Videos and models are on constant play.We spent ages taking it all in.A great museum.
Wide display of all sorts of engines. I found the displays of industrial engines most interesting and thought provoking. Very reasonable entrance fee
Based on the old FEVE station with extensions, it has a wide range of exhibits, most things are described in English. The workshops are impeccably kept.
This museum gives quite a lot of information about the local trains and mines of the surrounding countryside and other places in Spain. Interesting.
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