Estonian Railway Museum is located in the Emperor’s Pavilion of Haapsalu Railway Station. The station building was constructed in 1907 and it’s famous for the peculiar 216 m long covered platform. The exposition gives an overview of the birth and development of railway in Estonia, the daily living conditions of railwaymen, the tools used for the construction and maintenance of railway, but also the uniforms, documents and tickets related to railway business. The stylized interior of passengers’ waiting room and the office of the stationmaster are also interesting. The outdoor exposition demonstrates old-fashioned rolling stock.
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