This is Revival in Historic Railroad Museum: Museum of the Republic of Turkey Eskisehir State Railways, the rail system is exhibited almost all items used in transportation. Gar officials complained that many visitors did not visit the museum where the entrances were free.
The building, which was previously used as section chief, was converted into a museum in 1998 and is home to many historical objects. In the museum where the materials used in railways in Eskişehir are gathered and collected from various units, there are old typewriters, lanterns, telegraphers and other used materials. Those who want to visit the museum, which is open five days a week, can benefit from this facility for free. However, gar officials complain about the fact that the museum is free, but there are not many visitors. 15-16 annually attracts thousands of visitors and attracts the attention of local and foreign tourists.
ANNUAL 16 THOUSAND VISIT PERSON
Eskisehir Gar Assistant Manager Ali Yildiz, the museum is usually a student, retired and those who are interested in visiting these objects, he said. Yıldız said, ediy Our museum is often visited by students, retirees and enthusiasts. The average daily 25-30, the annual average 15-16 thousand people are visiting the museum. Our museum is open between Sunday and Monday except for 9.00-17.00 and the entrances are free. Everyone can come and visit. It's easy to get there, right behind the Railway Directorate. Ulaşım
ENTRIES FREE BIRD VISITORS LOW
Despite the fact that Eskişehir is a railway city, Ali Yıldız complained that the interest was very low. but still less interested. When visitors come here, they see the nostalgic tools used in the past and return to history. N
MUSEUMS A VERY BIG BADGE TO US
Ali Yıldız also visited the museum, Deputy Director of Eskişehir Garage Ali Yildiz, continued his speech;
Gel Foreigners are coming here. The Germans and the British are particularly sensitive. In their history, their grandfathers made a lot of production on railways. The museums are a great gift for us not to remember our past. M