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The Finnish Railway Museum is a museum in the Finnish city of Hyvinkaa, founded in 1898. Initially, the museum was located in the city of Helsinki, and was moved to Hyvinkaa in 1974.
The Railway Museum is located near the railway station in Hyvinkaa, where the old station building has been preserved. In addition, there is a fan locomotive depot and several other structures built in the 1870s. The total area of all museum territories is over 5000 sq. m.
Among the various exhibits of the museum, the only surviving train of the rulers of the Russian Empire stands alone. There are also about a dozen steam locomotives built in the late 1860s. There is also a 1-to-8 scale model of the railway, which can be used by visitors to the railway museum.
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Topic: Finnish Railway Museum in Finland, Hyvinkaa resort.