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Brest Railway Museum

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Established  2002
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Location  2 Masherova str, Brest, Belarus
Website  https://web.archive.org/web/20130122001917/http://www.brest.rw.by/social_sphere/brest_museum/ (Russian)
Similar  Berestye Archeological Museum, Brest Fortress, City History Museum, St Simeon Cathedral, Railway Museum

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The Brest Railway Museum or Brest Museum of Rail Equipment is the first outdoor railway museum in Belarus, located in Brest, opened in 2002.

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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.

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Museum's collection consists of 56 units including

  • Steam engines
  • EU EM ER E FD20 SO17 Su L LV P36 "Victory" 9P (tank-engine) TE (Europe made and converted to 1524mm gauge)
  • 2 Steam cranes
  • PK-6 PK-CUMZ
  • 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
  • and others

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