Thessaloniki trains museum, is located at the West part of Thessaloniki in the boarders of the Kordelio and Evosmos region. It operates since June 2001 under Greece’s train services organization in a historical buidling which was build at the end of the 19th century (1891-1894) during the Ottoman period. The building used to be the central station of the military force during the Balkan wars. It has the typical architecture of the greek train stations in the North Greece but it is very well preserved opposed to the other buildings. In the museum the visitor can see noumerous collections of old machines, tools, parts etc that were used in the day to day operation of the railway. It is a beautiful destination for visitors who wish to travel back in time and families and children who want to get an idea of how the railways used to operate in the past.
Address: Nea Monastiriou 7B, 56334 Thessaloniki, Greece Open Hours: Monday-Friday: 08:30-13:00 Phone: 0030 2310 599134 Website:Thessaloniki Trains Museum
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