Museum for Railway Technology Novosibirsk

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Museum for Railway Technology Novosibirsk
Новосибирский музей железнодорожной техники
Nowosibirski musei schelesnodoroschnoi techniki
Novosibirsk Train Museum.jpg
Locomotives
Established4 August 2000 (2000-08-04)
LocationRasesnaja Street 35
(Разъездная ул. 35)
Novosibirsk
Coordinates54°52′09″N 83°04′34″E / 54.869157°N 83.076008°E / 54.869157; 83.076008

The Museum for Railway Technology Novosibirsk (Russian: Новосибирский музей железнодорожной техники, Nowosibirski musei schelesnodoroschnoi techniki) is a railway museum in Novosibirsk. It was formally opened in 2000 near to Sejatel railway station (станцией Сеятель), at the Novosibirsk–Berdsk line and is the second largest transport museum in Russia after the Central Railway Museum in St Petersburg.

History[edit]

Nikolai Akulinin was the founder of the museum. He worked from 1946 to 1955 at the North Caucasus Railway and since 1955 at various railway in Sibiria. After getting retired in 1984, he started to work on the collection of the museum for several years, storing the relevant exhibits on the circular track of the All-Russian Railway Research Institute. In 1998 the West Siberian Railway endorsed the establishment of a museum. Preparatory work lasted until 2000, when the museum was formally inaugurated on 4 August 2000 during the celebrations of the Railway Day. Contrary to his wish, it was named after Nikolai Akulininas, who was also its first director.[1]

Entrance

The open-air museum presents 17 steam locomotives, 15 diesel locomotives, 12 electro locomotives, carriages and paraphernalia from the 19th and 20th century, mainly from Russian and Soviet production. In addition, some locomotives from the United States, Czechoslovakia and Hungary are exhibited. The museum has also a collection of mainy Soviet cars, and since 2006 some foreign classic cars from.[1]

The museum has also an educational obligation: It organises seminars and conferences, which cover a wide variety of railway related topics.[2]

Exhibits[edit]

Steam locomotives[edit]

Steam locomotive Эм-725-12
Steam locomotive 9П-2
Replica of the first Russian steam locomotive

Steam locomotives П36 (097), 9П (-2), Ea (N3078), L (-3993), L (N013), LW (040), SO (N17-508), Su (213-42), FD20 (588), Em (725-12), Er (789-91) and a replica made in 2002 of the first steam locomotive built by Yefim and Miron Cherepanov in 1833–1834.

Diesel locomotives[edit]

Diesel locomotive ТГМ23в-1026
Diesel locomotive ТГК2
Diesel locomotive ТГМ1 №2925

Diesel locomotives LTS M62 (500), ТЭМ2 (2110), CzME3 (-5452), CzS3 (-73), TE10L, TE10M (-2670), 2TE116 (-037), TGM23b (1026), TGM1 (2925), TGM4 (1676), TGK (8626), TE2 (289), TEM2 (1768), TEM15 (-016), TEP60 (-1195), TEP80 (-0001), TE3 (-7376), TE7 (-096), TEP10 (082), CzME2 (-508), CzS2 (-039) and CzS4 (-023)

Electric locomotives[edit]

Electric locomotive ЧС4-023
Electric locomotive ЧС3-73

Electric locomotives WL22m (N 1932), WL23 (501), WL80c (005), WL80c (1066-2), WL8 (-1232), WL10 (271) and WL60k (-649)

Carriages[edit]

Metro Train D-844
Passenger carriage of 1937

Leon Trotsky's private carriage, hospital carriages, luggage carriages, prison carriages, tank cars including those for spirits, cooling cars, garbage cars, grain cars, cars for transporting liquid metal, fire engines and snow plows.

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