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Latvian Railway History Museum in Jelgava
The museum currently displays and exposition featuring a semaphore, couplings, rail inspection cars, locomotive wheel pairs, a water crane, a railway crossing barrier, a switch operator's log cabin.
The museum's exposition traces the history of the Jelgava rail junction by displaying personal items of former railwaymen, photographs and objects – station benches and platform bells, ticket cabinets, railway workers' tools and track building materials, a station master's uniform, firefighting equipment, and parts of a steam engine.
The sources of the Jelgava Railway Museum date back to 24 December 1982, when a public museum of the military and labour glory was opened on the premises of the Jelgava Railwaymen's Culture Centre.
In 1991, the Railway Museum was moved to a former railwaymen's residential house near the station.
For students, employees of Latvijas Dzelzceļš and of museums, members of Latvian Museum Association, disabled persons – free of charge.
Group excursions Ls 3.00; pensioners Ls 0.50.