The Brest Railway Museum or Brest Museum of Rail Equipment is the first outdoor railway museum in Belarus, located in Brest, opened in 2002.
The museum is located close to the Brest Fortress, the major attraction of the city. It displays various historical locomotives and is used for shooting films and various festivals.
Museum's collection consists of 56 units including
- P36 "Victory"
- 9P (tank-engine)
- TE (Europe made and converted to 1524mm gauge)
- Retro passenger cabs
- Diesel-electric engines
- Te1 (Freight)
- Te3 (Freight)
- Te7 (Passenger version of Te3)
- 2Te109 (Freight)
- M62 (Freight-passenger)
- Tep60 (Passenger)
- ChME2 (Shunting)
- Tem15 (Shunting)
- Tem-2A (Shunting)
- Tu-2 (Narrow gauge freight-passenger)
- Diesel-hydraulic engine TGK-1 (Shunting)
- DMU DR1 (Head unit only)
- Rail bus AS1A (for inspection purposes)
- Snowplough SDPM
Coordinates: 52°05′08″N 23°40′19″E / 52.08556°N 23.67194°E