Muzeul Cailor Ferate Romane – Bucuresti / The Romanian Railroad Museum of Bucharest

Un muzeu micut ascuns pe Calea Grivitei, nu prea cunoscut si vizitat din pacate, dar care este absolut superb. Pentru toti cei pasionati de trenuri, dar nu numai, va prezint Muzeul CFR.

Pentru inceput trebuie sa recunosc ca, cladirea in care se afla muzeul am observat-o de mult. Imi place cum arata si ma intristeaza putin pentru ca este un pic cam degradata. Spre rusinea mea mult timp nu stiam ca aici se afla Muzeul CFR, stiam ca exista undeva in Bucuresti, dar nu avem nici o idee unde… pana acum 🙂

De cum intram suntem intampinati de cel mai spectaculos lucru al acestui muzeu si anume o diorama uriasa care domina prima camera in care pasim. Sigur veti petrece ceva timp in aceasta camera fugarind micile trenulete, urmarindu-le prin tunele si gari, peste poduri si vai. Aceasta diorama face vizita la acest muzeu de neuitat.

Toti peretii sunt tapetati cu fotografii vechi reprezentand un istoric al cailor ferate si trenurilor din Romania. Aflam de aici despre distrugerile din razboaiele mondiale si reparatiile intensive de care au fost nevoie, aflam despre tipuri de trenuri si ce inovatii tehnologice aduceau ele la vremea lor si multe multe altele.  Machete de diferite dimensiuni impanzesc acest muzeu, placute de trenuri si felinare atarna peste tot si un ceas urias sta maret in mijlocul unei camere.

Muzeul este spectaculos nu doar datorita diormei superbe. Sunt micile detalii care fac un muzeu sa fie special, cum ar fi in cazut acestui muzeu trecerea intre 2 camere, ce a fost facuta sa arate ca o sina de cale ferata ce trece printr-un tunel, veti vedea imediat in fotografiile de mai jos…

Si cu asta va urez o zi buna si calatorie placuta…

 

ENGLISH:

O small museum hidden on the Calea Grivitei street, sadly not too know or visited, but absolutely superb. For all those with a passion for trains, but not only, i give you the Romanian Railroad Museum.

For starters i must admit that the building that houses the museum has been known to me for quite a while, i liked it’s design and was saddened me that it is a bit degrading. Shame upon me that until recently i had no idea that there is a museum here. I know that there was a railroad museum somewhere in Bucharest, but i had no idea where… until now 🙂

Even as we enter we are greeted by the most amazing thing about this museum. A huge miniature electrified train set model dominating the whole room. I am sure you will spend quite a bit of time chasing the tiny trains on their paths through tunnels and stations, over bridges and hills. This will make your visit here unforgettable.

All the walls are covered with old photographs representing different parts of the history of the Romanian railroads. We find out here about the destruction caused in the world wars and the intensive repairs that were needed. we find out about different train types and what innovating improvements they brought at their times and much much more. Different sized train models are spread all over the museum, train plates and lamps are hanging all over the place and an old huge rail station watch stands proud in one room.

The museum is impressive and amazing, and i believe it’s the small details that make it so, like the crossing between 2 rooms that is made to look like a piece of railroad going into a tunnel… you will get to see what i mean in the photos below…

And now i bid you all a good day and a pleasant journey 🙂

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