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Moscow Railroad Museum, Moscow
(3.1/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • A very good option to visit for an hour or so or less, if you have time to train. Ticket only 100 rubles. Near the Museum is a wonderful park, you can sit in the shade of the trees, though the entrance also paid just 40 rubles, but apparently this is what protects the Park bums.
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  • one train and a number of large thumbnails of trains. The ground floor was in use by a school (and thus closed to public at that time)
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  • In a 2-minute walk from paveletsky station. Was hoping to see greater exposure, locomotives and wagons on the tracks (as in the technical Museum in Berlin), but here only one locomotive! The same one who brought the corpse of Ilyich in Moscow. Zalazit′ cannot be it, children are forbidden to let, fotat′, too, through the purchase of "Advanced permissions". Voobshchem solid prohibitions. The rest of the exhibition actually goes around this locomotive with one car. A little bit of clothing, exhibited pictures of vintage, books, registers, etc. several layouts and all. But still, I liked the decals "USSR" or ones that called the names of roads (KVZHD, etc.). Entrance to the adult 100rè. Card payments are not accepted. In front of the Museum, a nice Park with benches and flowerbeds. Woman guard periodically draws visitors to either walked into the Museum, or gone altogether.
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