The 51st Exhibition Of Streamlined Railway1930s Locomotives
Streamlined used in the design of trains that emphasize express, such as shinkansen and express trains.
This is a form that reduces the vehicle's air resistance during driving and pursues speed so that rail users can reach their destinations faster. In Japan, in 1934, the Ministry of Railways changed the original design of the existing C53 steam locomotive, creating a streamlined railway.
The streamlined locomotive, which is completely different from the appearance of the conventional steam locomotive, became a hot topic in various places, and attracted the attention of many people, including children. In this exhibition, we will introduce you to the streamlined railways of the 1930s in the linear genealogy that is still used in the design of high-speed rail.
|Hours||10:00-17:00 *Admission is 15 minutes before closing.|
|Holiday||Every Monday (but closed on public holidays and closed on the following Tuesday)|
Year-end and New Year holidays (December 29 - January 3)
During the exhibition change period At the time of equipment inspection
|Admission||Free *Please contact us in advance for groups of more than 30 people.|