Industrial Railway & Industrial Museum – A Trip to the Technical History
Mladějov na Moravě, Czech Republic
Eleven kilometres long Mladějov Industrial Railway with the narrow gauge of 600 mm was built for transportation of refractory clay and local coal at the end of World War I. It served well to its purpose till 1991 when the fireclay factory was closed up. Steam locomotives have never been replaced by diesel ones on this track.
In the announced operation days you can go round by regular museum trains powered by original steam locomotives. We strongly recommend ticket reservation for the visitors because of a train capacity.
All tourists are also invited to the Industrial Museum of Mladějov to visit the exhibition of rail, road, agricultural and construction machinery located in a former fireclay factory. The sight-seeing is commonly provided with a Czech commentary but German or English speaking guides are available.
Contact & Group travel
We offer special train rides for the closed groups of visitors (from 20 up to 125 adults) as well. These specific trains can be set out either as the passenger trains or as the freight ones for the photographers.
Please contact us for further details or booking.
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Railway Operation Days & Timetables
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Museum Opening Hours
During winter season, the museum is opened by prior arrangement only.