Museo Ferroportuario, Comodoro Rivadavia

(2.9/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • It is a well kept place. With interesting exhibitions of local artists. It is a brief visit but worth taking a couple of hours and recreate the past of the city of oil.
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  • Is located in the Centre of the city next to the Commodore hotel.. .in the plant there is excellent exhibition of pictures.. .and then on the floor top there are excellent rail parts... also in plant there is an old train... the staff is excellent
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  • It operates in what used to be the station head of the railway linking Comodoro Rivadavia with Colonia Sarmiento, Chubut province. It operated between 1912 and 1978, when the country began to turn their backs to this means of transport. The Museum covers the history of this railway and the port of the city. Two milestones for Comodoro Rivadavia. In addition to the objects, photographs and documents, you can see a "Manning Wardle 1890" steam locomotive and a carriage of passengers "Bluseister". It shows is interesting but not has a logic that allows leverage and learn of them elements displayed. And it seems to me that they are too vulnerable and could result in deterioration and possibly vandalism. I highlight the friendliness and good predisposition of the employees that I received. And during my visit, I could appreciate a poignant commemorative sample of 100 years of the genocide of Armenian people, Armenian artist Gago Isahakyan with texts by Hagop Tabakian Argentine poet.
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