1720 series "DRC" car outside the museum
|Location||Sumida, Tokyo Japan|
|Public transit access||Higashi-Mukōjima Station|
The museum was closed from January 2009 until June 2009 for refurbishment. It reopened on 22 July 2009.
The following full-size vehicles are on display.
- B1 class steam locomotive – No. 5 (built 1898 by Beyer, Peacock and Company)
- B1 class steam locomotive – No. 6 (built 1898 by Beyer, Peacock and Company)
- ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101 (later ED4000 class No. ED4001, built 1930, moved to museum from Ohmi Railway in January 2009)
- ED5010 class electric locomotive - No. ED5015 (built 1959)
- Class DeHa1 electric railcar – No. DeHa5 (built 1924)
- 1720 series "DRC" electric multiple unit car – cab section only (built 1960)
- 5700 series electric multiple unit car – No. MoHa5701 (built 1951, moved to museum in January 2009)
- Nikkō Tramway 200 series tramcar - No. 203 (built 1954)
The collection includes a reproduction of a station office Including automatic ticket gates outside with see-through covering, ticket vending machines, interlocking board, telephone and railroad exhibits. A season ticket issuing machine and "celebrate admission pass" is issued free of charge.
The museum also owns the 6-car Tobu 8000 series EMU set 8111, which was repainted into its original "royal beige" and "international orange" livery for a series of special event runs on Tobu Lines.
4-28-16 Higashi-mukōjima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
- Tetsudō Daiya Jōhō magazine March 2009 issue
- 全国鉄道博物館ガイド (Nationwide Railway Museum Guide), published with October 2008 issue of Tetsudō Daiya Jōhō magazine
- Tobu Museum exhibit guide Retrieved on 11 March 2009 (Japanese)
- 東武8000系8111編成が試運転 [Tobu 8000 series set 8111 test run]. Japan Railfan Magazine Online (in Japanese). Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. 23 August 2012. Retrieved 24 August 2012.
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- Official website (Japanese)