Hungarian Railway Museum in Budapest

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The Hungarian Railway Museum (Hungarian: Magyar Vasúttörténeti Park) is a railway museum located in Budapest, Hungary at a depot of the Hungarian State Railways (MÁV). The museum covers more than 70,000 square meters and it features over one hundred exhibits, including railway vehicles and equipment.

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The museum has a fleet with many locomotives of the Hungarian State Railways, ranging from steam engines to electric engines, of which some are still operational.

The main building of the museum features exhibitions on the history of railway stations, railway equipment and the history of railways in Hungary. Many of the exhibits can be interacted with, such as operating a handcart and experiencing an engine simulator that was originally built for the MÁV V63. There is also a building with model railways. The museum has a ridable miniature railway for children. The museum also features a turntable and a roundhouse with 34 bays.

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Source en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungarian_Railway_Museum