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Museo Ferroviario, San Rafael
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Founded in 1968, Museo Ferroviario displays a huge collection of transport-related items and historic vehicles. Look through exhibits of railroad lanterns, bells stations, staff clothing, pendulum clocks, and much more before viewing the real highlight--a carefully preserved steam locomotive. Although small, this museum is dedicated to the history of Argentina's railroad system, part of one of the largest rail networks in the world. To visit Museo Ferroviario and other attractions in San Rafael, use our San Rafael trip builder.
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Es una parte importante de la historia de san rafael.en eate museo encontras un monton de antiguedades.y la guia te da una que otra explicacion sin mucho entusiasmoIt is an important part of the history of san rafael.en eate Museum found a lot of antiguedades.y guide gives you an another explanation without much enthusiasmshow original
Es un libro museo, atendido por una guía que comenta las cosas con muchísimo amor. Para pasar un lindo rato, sobre todo si te interesan los trenes...It is a book Museum, attended by a guide that says things with great love. To have a nice time, especially if you are interested in trains...show original
muy bonito, como hija de ferroviario, me dio mucha nostalgia, ubicado cerca de la Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas a la Industria.very nice, as daughter of rail, gave me very nostalgic, located near the University of applied sciences to industry.show original
Sfm983Very good place. It is a short but very instructive visit with objects of beginning and mid of 20th century well preserved. Highly recommended.show original
Paula CanovaI loved it. Was as a travel in the time. And the guide a genia. He explained everything.show original
Ramiro ArceVery good service and a nice opportunity to learn more about this season, representing somehow all those who were not working when they closed the branches of Argentine railways.show original
Alejandro GoldinSad aftertaste of the Sarmiento railway. The Museum is pretty mediocre anyway.show original
Shaggy EdiciónIt is a few meters from the eseptuando very lonely bus terminal vendors at the site of the Museumshow original
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