Railway Museum in the early days

The Railway Museum is a Lovian museum in Mandarin Village, Noble City. It not only explores the history of all aspects of rail related transportation and industry in Lovia, it also conserves and exhibits the heritage of the Lovian environment.

On the entrance of the museum a enlarged photo depicts the Railway Museum and is surroundings in the early years. The museum is conveniently located next to the Mandarin Village Railway Halt, Pierlot Pizza only some steps away from bustling Eppinck Square. From the large baywindows, visitors have a view on the Trans Sylvanian and Peace Island Railways and admire the scenery.

History and collection Edit

Scale model - Iron Duke Modell

Scale model of the Iron Duke

Iron Duke scale model Edit

During a recent offical visit, HRH King Dimitri has been offered a scale model of the Iron Duke. It was HRH's wish that this model, in perfect condition, should be displayed in the Railway Museum on April 1, 2008 at the latest. In order to avoid the model being damaged whilst being exhibited, the museum director proposed the item to be displayed behind glass. During a turbulent weekend the necessary has been done in all discretion and today every visitor can admire the scale model of the Iron Duke in its full glory.

Blenkinsop stamp Edit

Museum - stamp

Blenkinsop stamp

On April 4, 2008 a new item for the Railway Museum has arrived in a sealed envelope delivered by the Department of Culture, Heritage and Education. It contained a Polish postal stamp, depicting a steam locomotive of the type built by John Blenkinsop in the years 1812-1816. The accompanying note read as follows:

In 1810, John Blenkinsop, the manager of Middleton Colliery hired an engineer named Matthew Murray (Fenton - UK) and asked him to help produce a steam locomotive. Blenkinsop was keen to find cheaper alternative means of conveying coal.

Opening hours and prices Edit

The museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM. Groups visiting please advise a fortnight in advance.

Entrance prices:

  • Adults: $2.00
  • Children up to 12 years: $1.00
  • Groups: $1.50 per person

See also Edit

Seal of Noble City
Monuments, politics and government of Noble City
Monuments and buildings: Abigail Johnson Theater - Antiquities Museum - Capitol - City Hall - Embankment Federal Penitentiary - Garden's Chapel - King's Landmark - Lovian Museum for Modern Art- Museum of Art - Museum of Transport - National Archives - Nielsen's Lighthouse - Noble City Mall - Nobel University (1, 2) - NC General Hospital - Old Royal Palace - Palati Daidalo - Railway Museum - Royal Art Gallery - Starovlah Institute - Statue of Andreas - Supreme Court House - Sylvania State Capitol - The Soccerfield - Tower Mall - West Wing
Politics and government: Congress - Noble City Government - Noble City Police - Supreme Court - Sylvania Police - Sylvania State Court - Sylvania State Government
Arrow right See also: Geography, nature, neighborhoods, transportation, hotels, restaurants and apartment buildings of Noble City.
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