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Reviews about National Railway Museum

Reviewed on 29 May, 2020

約克的鐵路博物館分了三個大的展區,展示了幾百輛不同的機車和車輛,從蒸汽機到現在的歐洲之星以及日本的新幹線機車,從奢華的皇家專列到各種運輸機車,郵政車,還有當年針對中國的鐵路而專門設計的機車(要比同時期的其它機車高大),甚至還有一部分專門展示了與鐵路相關的許許多多的物品,連各種工具,破布條子一類的都有,看起來就像箇舊貨市場。還有一個火車站的天橋也是原物搬進博物館的。感嘆英國人對歷史的重視與保存讓我們汗顏。博物館面積很大,裏面也有許多文字介紹,慢慢看來也得幾個小時,裏面還有咖啡店,累了可以坐下來喝杯咖啡吃點點心。

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