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The Museum of the Moscow Railway is situated next to Paveletsky Rail Terminal in Moscow. The museum reopened to private visitors in 2011 and it reopened to the general public in January 2012. It's the object of cultural heritage of Russia.[additional citation(s) needed]
|Coordinates||55°43′42″N 37°38′32″E / 55.728338°N 37.642196°E|
The museum was formerly the Museum of Lenin’s funeral train. It still houses exhibits relating to Vladimir Lenin's Funeral train including the 4-6-0 steam locomotive U-127 (Russian У-127) and Lenin’s funeral van No 1691.
Exhibits at the museum
Steam locomotive U-127, the principal exhibit of the Museum
Scale model of a Russian locomotive class E
Scale model of a Russian electric EP10 Locomotive
Model of a Russian locomotive class FD number FD20-2865
Scale model railway of the Sapsan Railway
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