In Mensi Port of Kyushu, when Mensi Port comes out, you can see the sign of the Kyushu Railway Memorial Hall, in which various railway locomotives are parked. You can also walk in and experience it. All kinds of locomotive locomotives in Kyushu are arranged in an orderly manner. Railway fans'treasury.
There are many old trains on display, including the earliest West Japan express trams and dormitory trams. Most of the carriages can be accessed. There are models and old objects in the exhibition hall. The simulation of tram drivers is also interesting. As long as 100 yen, children can try it out. Finally, they can buy some souvenir toys on the first floor, which is perfect.
The Kyushu Railway Memorial is divided into two floors. It opened in 2003 and covers an area of 7800 square meters. The library is divided into indoor and outdoor areas. Indoor Museum mainly introduces railway-related exhibitions, information, and vehicle exhibition venues, including Meiji era buses and huge railway models, as well as a variety of tickets, convenience boxes display, rich content. The outdoor area is mainly a display of some old trains, some of which can be visited in the carriage. There are steam locomotives, mechanical locomotives and express sleeper cars in the vehicle exhibition area. Mini Railway Park is a 130-metre-long railway with signal equipment and can drive Mini trains for 300 yen.
Jiuzhou Railway Memorial Hall, the happiness of railway fans. After the train door manager came out, he searched along the sign for a while before he found me. I was speechless without a sense of direction. See others say that it is free, but in fact it is required tickets, although compared with the domestic attractions ticket price, it is really not expensive.
If you come here to visit, JR tickets are discounted. The scenic spot itself is very close to the JR station, but this section of the road in winter, because it is near the sea, the wind is very strong and the wind is chilly. Inside the pavilion, there are many physical trains, which witness the development history of Japanese trains.
The Railway Memorial Museum, which is worth visiting, records the history of railway development in Japan. And the trains on display here are all physical trains, each of which has its own name and glorious history. I have to admire the history of Japanese railway development, but now Chinese high-speed railway is also world-famous.
Great train museum, of course, the name of the memorial hall is more appropriate. There are many Japanese trains in different periods. Every locomotive and carriage has the marks of the times. The trains are well preserved. We also played a game in it and felt the bunks of different carriages. It is interesting.