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Museo del Ferrocarril, Gijon

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4/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • .. .and thus the railroad world. More large that the of Ponferrada, welcomes, this Museum, more amount of locomotives and wagons can be visited in its interior through different way or platforms. So you get the idea of how to travel at other times. The visit can be made free (don't remember now if it was on Sunday the day of the week not paid by entering the Museum. Check it).
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  • check the timetables but if you like trains you're in the right place. You're to be shown trains and trams from past to present time 
  • In the old station Gijon this train museum grade more broad Europe, which we combed some cane reminds you travel to relaizamos in these old trains of coal and steam, others recall the senaels and way of life of the railway families, the price is super economic, highly recommended
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  • I will not comment on the behavior of some of the staff members as I am determined to think of this place as of the most interesting and unique place I have ever visited. It is well maintained, ideas are well presented. You cannot help recommending it afterwards.
  • Locomotives and the documents related to history of Spanish railway.
  • Avoid. Not worth the entrance fee.
  • A very nice Museum and Nice, you can see many pieces from the history of the railway in Asturias and Spain, although many trains are quite damaged and would need maintenance.
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  • Ideal for lovers of the railway, with locomotives of all time. Let's not forget that Asturias was the first Spanish regions have rail network. The railway from Langreo to Gijón was third after Barcelona-Mataró and Madrid-Aranjuez (the fourth, which was the first in Havana)
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