The Giant Locomotive at the Rahmi M. Koç Museum: Rahmi M. Koç Museum continues to enrich its collection with the legends of transportation, industry and communication history and the history of its visitors. After the restoration, TCDD's 56157 numbered Czechoslovakia major locomotive took its place in the museum.
The Rahmi M. Koç Museum, which shares the history of transportation, industry and communication with more than a thousand objects on 14, has finally added to the large collection of TCDD's 65157 major locomotive. The original 69 locomotive, which was restored according to its original, served at both freight and passenger trains.
For the first time in the UK at the beginning of the 1800's own power-driven locomotive, rail transport and transportation has opened a new era. The steam locomotive leaves its place on diesel and electric locomotives with the development of technology, yet it keeps its first day in movies, books and songs. Rahmi M. Koç Museum footprint all of us in the childhood memories of train journeys, giving the history of Turkey's rail system, visitors both enjoyable, as well as educational invites a nostalgic adventure.
In the museum, where there are many valuable objects from the first horse-drawn tram to the wagon used by Sultan Abdülaziz on his European journey, Kadıköy You can see the fashion tram, the 1910 Prussian manufactured G10 steam locomotive, the Italian motorbike La Littorina, the private wagon, the gift of the Emperor Wilhelm II to Sultan Reşat, the second subway of the world, the Tunnel Wagon and its steam machines. You can also take a short journey on the Hasköy-Sütlüce line on weekends with the narrow-line train, which is also called a decoiler.
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