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Railway Museum

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'Tashkent Museum of Railway Techniques' great morning out

I am not a trainspotter but had a great morning out at 'Tashkent Museum of Railway Techniques' It... read more

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VincentPinner
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Suffolk, United Kingdom
So much horsepower slowly rusting away

Take the metro and enjoy these massive beasts of a bygone era. Climb aboard those that you can and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Roger G
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Turkiston Str. 6, Tashkent 100060, Uzbekistan
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Reviewed today

I am not a trainspotter but had a great morning out at 'Tashkent Museum of Railway Techniques' It is easy to find there is a Metro station close by and the reasonably priced taxis know its location.The museum is fairly compact with I think twenty...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take the metro and enjoy these massive beasts of a bygone era. Climb aboard those that you can and imagine what it was like to ride the rails all those years ago. Would have enjoyed more access to to the engines but a most enjoyable...More

1  Thank Roger G
Reviewed 30 June 2018

The Tashkent Railway Museum is a tribute to the former Soviet might in steel production and getting things done by sheer determination and a bit of brute strength. The displays of the decommissioned trains is wonderful to spend a bit of time exploring and reading...More

Thank JGDynamo
Reviewed 15 June 2018

In case you are interested in trains, I can recommend this place. It is easy reachable (3mins from Metrostation Tashkent), the entry is rather cheap. And using google / maps you can see what to expect: Trains and size etc, so you can prepare and...More

1  Thank DrCraq
Reviewed 12 June 2018

The museum is open-air spot with a bunch of old (mainly mid 20th century) locomotives. Most of the machines are sealed and not accessible inside, the condition is plain sad. I wouldn’t recommend visiting the museum, since it feels more like a place where kids...More

Thank Abhay C
Reviewed 26 February 2018

I had been looking forward to this ever since I found I had missed it last year. A great way to spend a warm and sunny spring time Sunday afternoon. It is unguided and you can wander around over and into some of the locos....More

1  Thank DRMB
Reviewed 21 February 2018

The collection is very varied from old steam engines through to more modern trains. Some you can clamber over or go inside. It is all outside so best to go on a fine day - we got soaked!

Thank ColchesterSleeper
Reviewed 26 November 2017

Has a most unique collection of soviet era trains. Locos made in Russia, Germany and the USA had us drooling. You can climb into most of the locos and carriages. Super affordable. They also havea toy train ride for the youngsters.

Thank discering
Reviewed 21 November 2017

Maybe we missed something but we wandered all around the trains but I didn't see a single text panel of any sort saying what the trains were or where they ran. Obviously nothing in English but not it Uzbek or Russian either. I'm not a...More

1  Thank Peter R
Reviewed 11 November 2017

I have been driven by this outdoor collection of old trains on my way between my hotel and the hospital where I teach for over 12 years - and now I have visited it. In November it was for once not in sweltering heat, but...More

1  Thank aureliaowner
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