The National Railway Museum of Britain (National Railway Museum ) is located in York Limen Road (Leeman Road) east of the railway station, the entrance stands the statue of "father of steam locomotive" Stephenson. As one of the three science museums in Britain, the museum is open to the public and the entrance is free of charge for men, women and children. This is one of the "Pursuing the People's Policy" in the British public cultural system. Visitors can visit the interior of the carriages and are invited to the restoration shop studio to see the restoration process.
Jinan's old railway station memory is in Jiaoji railway museum, but there are still too few people know, the museum is really worth a visit. The highest floor there are many old railway station after the physical objects.
A museum not to be missed by train fans! The representative of the advanced productivity of the British steam age, from the steam locomotives of the early industrial revolution to the Japanese Shinkansen carriages representing high-speed in the 20th century, there are models or trains stored here as they are, and there are thousands of railway-related collections.
The history of rail
This museum has a good collection of railway historical artifacts, and friends who like historical development can see more.
Many things are arranged in a neat way, let's see them all.
Like London, York is second, with history, vitality, clean and fresh. Not the favorite of York Minster, but from one street to another, along the road there are many specialty shops and second-hand stores. There is a railway museum. It is an eye-opener to see the royal trains hundreds of years ago and the development history of trains.