Great interest in Çamlık Open Air Locomotive Museum: TCDD Çamlık Open Air Locomotive Museum, which is the largest in its area, attracts great attention from local and foreign tourists.
The museum in the Çamlık District of the Selçuk district of İzmir became the center of attention with the opening of the tourism season. Turkey's first railway museum is located on Izmir-Aydin railway, from 1887 to 1952 with German, British, French, American-built steam locomotive exhibited 36 units. Among them is an English-made locomotive powered by wood that only has two in the world. There is also the train wagon that Atatürk traveled and a 1943-ton German locomotive built by Hitler, weighing 85 tons. The museum also includes motorized water pumps, water cender, cranes, locomotive parts and materials used in its repair, and many open and closed freight wagons, as well as wagons used for human transportation.
Oğlu Europe's largest open-air locomotive museum, omot said Macit Demiroğlu, who operates the TCDD Çamlık Open Air Locomotive Museum. Coal and steam locomotives are on display. We have a 36 train. These trains were manufactured in America, Germany, France and England. We have a locomotive running. At the same time, the wagon used by Atatürk in the journey and the locomotive used by Hitler are also included in our museum. Aynı
The locomotives in the museum, produced between 1887 and 1948, each weighing tons, average speeds range from 20 to 80 kilometers per hour. Turkey, which is one of several railway lines in 1887, serving British-made locomotives production, one of the oldest, brought to Turkey. The locomotive, capable of speeding 28 kilometers per hour, served in Istanbul Sirkeci Station.