Nagoya Line Railway Museum is a JR East China Sea Railway Museum which mainly showcases the new trunk line of Donghai Railway. It shows many historical new trunk lines and all the railway routes outside the new trunk line. Unlike domestic pavilions, except for a small number of vehicles, other trains are free to touch and ride. Because the trains currently in use are hard to touch, it can be called a paradise for railway enthusiasts. Take the Qingbo Line from JR Nagoya Station to Jincheng Portou Station, get off and walk for about 2 minutes. It's actually on the edge of Lego Park.
From Nagoya to Golden City Port by tram, after leaving the station, Lego Paradise is to the right, and JR Railway Hall is to the left. The museum displays Japanese steam locomotives from the earliest Meiji era to trams to the latest high-speed railway. It introduces the history of Japanese railway development with pictures and texts. There are also some interactive projects that can actually experience the operation of trains, driving and trunk management, which are suitable for both big and small pot friends.
It's worth going, especially for children. It's not far from Lego Theme Park. With the theme of Shinkansen Line in the East China Sea, Nagoya Capital, the museum vividly introduces the development history of Japanese railways and Shinkansen Lines, and displays a large number of real trains and spare parts. At the same time, there are many experiments and games for children to teach and enjoy, which greatly enrich the children's knowledge about railways.
Maglev · Railway Museum, full name Maglev Train and Railway Museum. The Museum of Dreams and Memories (Japanese - "__Dream) is a railway museum established by the East China Sea Passenger Railway (JR Donghai). It is located in Jinchengbu, Nagoya Port District, Aichi County, and opened on March 14, 2011.
The ticket of Maglev Railway Pavilion is 1,000 yen for an adult. This paper introduces in detail the development of Japanese railways and the project about to be launched. It can also understand the mechanism of how trains work. There are many valuable exhibits in the pavilion.
There are retired trains that railway fans would like to see most, and there are railway model scenes in the yard. If you want to become a car captain, there are different experiences to take part in. If you like it here, you can spend most of your time visiting it.