Warsaw Railway Museum is the largest of its kind in Poland. It is housed in the hall of the former Central Station.
The main exhibition hall of the museum shows the history of railways before it reached Poland and its subsequent development.
We can find a lot of interesting exhibits, including original nineteenth century semaphore and signal bell dating from 1905, as well as many models of trains and rail vehicles.
In the room devoted to the history of the railways in Poland we can see, among others: a set of furniture from the reception of the former government's reception of the main railway station, clocks, telephones and many more.
Very popular among children is the remote-controlled model (you need to put one zloty to make it work).
Outside the building is an open-air museum where you can admire Europe's only surviving armored train with the motor wagon from German production, steam engine Pm3-3 and many others locomotives and wagons.
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Muzeum Kolejnictwa w Warszawie ul. Towarowa 1, 00-958 WarszawaGallery:
Monday 10:00 - 14:00 - free of charge. Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 17:00.Tickets adults:
Mondays - free admission