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Museo Ferroviario di Campo Marzio, Trieste
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Veramente interessante per adulti e bambini. Contiene tantissime curiosità : dalle antiche locomotive a vapore al plastico con i trenini in movimento . Da visitareReally interesting for both adults and children. Contains lots of curiosity: from the ancient steam locomotives, plastic with moving trains. To visitshow original
Museo proprio grazioso. Interessante per gli appassionati di ferrovie e per i bambini. Forse qualche pannello esplicativo in più sul funzionamento della rete ferroviaria e dei vari manufatti presenti ... read more »Museum just lovely. Interesting for railway enthusiasts and for children. Maybe some more explanatory panel on the operation of the rail network and the various artifacts present wouldn't hurt. Definitely too haphazard, rather, outdoor exposure, without even a sign explaining what you are watching. I realize, however, that the Museum survives largely thanks to the work of volunteers and enthusiasts, so probably the funds are tight. Sin, would deserve more and hopefully better.show original
Complice una giornata uggiosa di inizio autunno, abbiamo voluto vedere il Museo dei treni, che da tempo ci chiedeva di esser visitato. Si tratta di un Museo privato, curato da pochi volontari del Dopo... read more »Accomplice a gloomy day of early fall, we wanted to see the Museum, which has long asked us to be visited. It is a private museum, edited by a few volunteers from the Uninterested or retired. Yes the front door in rotten wood and chipped it portends the State of abandonment and degradation that we would find beyond. We decide to visit before the train Depot until it rains too much, and we are in the middle of the cemetery of the locomotives. This is the part of the station, which once covered by a beautiful shed, contains binaries of head of porches. Everything is in a State of total abandonment, holes everywhere and uncultivated weeds growing on sidewalks, trains and wagons without solution of continuity. The old steam generators were abandoned for decades on the tracks are completely corroded and about to collapse on themselves, passenger and freight wagons are completely full of junk, that due to the broken roofs, are agglomerations of mold road. The various streetcar used merrily around the city until the end of the years ' 60 unfortunately do not enjoy better health, the rot and rust, everything is over. In the reviews, I read about someone seeing these glorious media did a "step back in time" ... Well sad memories revives a similar present! We went to visit then those who were waiting rooms reserved for three classes, even here a mixture of memorabilia and heirlooms which sadly have little descriptive labels, which among other things are written only in Italian. In anticipation that the Museum can be visited by guests from abroad (when you wouldn't wish on anyone) a simple translation at least in English would be a must. In theaters now, besides various hardware, switches, Rails, uniforms etc, there are numerous static dioramas in H0 representing various local stations and plastics, even with various complications, with working models. All seasoned with a good deal of dust and mildew smell. Ultimately, more than a Museum, it was like being in a club of iron model where the main activity of the staff present was to run the trains. The potential of the place are truly many, how many money you would need to return to former glory Liberty facilities now crumbling. You should travel a bit more and take such as in other States, genuine appreciation for tourism facilities more meager content and materials, with results far more interesting and definitely rewarding. STRENGTH! Let's relive this place!show original
Lovely train museum. Lots of hitory stuffs for train. Train models are very retailed.
Nicola MarchettiA museum that deserves many more funds! I visited the Museum with much pleasure, has many beautiful sights and objects many model railways and train. Too bad I don't sail in good water, deserves many more funds for the upkeep of the historic building.show original
Marco PretiUnmissable for fans but still very interesting and fun for everyone, including children.show original
Viel UnterwegsInside lovingly collected and shown things around the track, as well as dioramas. Outdoor rust art similar to in Hermeskeil (only less). Still enjoyable stay (approx. 1Stunde).show original
MarcoNice Museum for the history buff.show original
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