There is something sad about this museum as the railroad effectively ceased to exist at the end of the 1990s. How different the situation at this station would have been if investments in good public transport e.g. a rail link with Buenos Aires would have been made. The car and oil lobby (US companies) successfully lobbied for transport by road... 更多
This was a very nice museum. It is full of photos and artifacts of the days of rail travel in Paraguay, home of one of the first train lines in South America. Unfortunately, the use of passenger trains has declined almost everywhere in Latin America to the point at which it is almost impossible to find a decent train journey,... 更多
This place will take you back into the charming days of train travel. The entry ticket to the museum is a small thick "train ticket". Few rooms are devoted to related paraphernalia including lamps, various machines, wall clocks. You can walk inside a train car that's left on the tracks. There's also a beautiful engine on display.
As in most of the world the railway stations as well as post offices were build as art. This station is part of tghe history of South America `s raiways build by the Bristish
The museum is quite small but it is very interesting. They have managed to keep historical record and artifacts that are a thrill to even be able to look at.