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Camlik Locomotive Museum

Camlik Koyu | Ataturk Caddesi No 13, Selcuk, Turkey
+90 232 894 8116
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Camlik Koyu | Ataturk Caddesi No 13, Selcuk, Turkey
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+90 232 894 8116
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Reviewed 10 July 2015

The outdoor railway museum at Çamlık village of Selçuk district in Izmir Province, Turkey is the largest railway museum in Turkey and contains one of the largest steam locomotive collections in Europe. Albeit they urgently need lots of TLC, paint, oil and elbow grease. The...More

Thank quizmaster1957
Reviewed 8 July 2015

Over 60 huge steam engines from all round the world, including USA, the UK Sweden etc. The museum is 20Km from Kusidasi in a small village. Best to take a cab from Kusidasi but don't take one right by the cruise port - way too...More

1  Thank Italiaphobe
Reviewed 4 June 2015

Village breakfast at rail museum a holiday highlight. Do try it. A great experience and followed by looking at museum. Open air and so natural. A must for families whether rail enthusiasts or not.

1  Thank Benny T
Reviewed 18 May 2015

I liked the amount of trains available to see I disliked the ageing of the trains copared to somewhere like York railway museum, BUT at york you cannot just get on the engine and look around as much.Overall a good site , well presented with...More

1  Thank Sue S
Reviewed 5 May 2015

On the last day of our tour in Turkey we came across this railway museum sited in a field behind a restaurant. I am not a rail enthusiast, but I thought I'd take a couple of snaps for a mate who is into this sort...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 24 April 2015 via mobile

The locomotives deserve to be better maintained! The collection were impressive anyhow and the park-like surroundings nice.

Thank Korsoranerne
Reviewed 21 April 2015

Something for everybody. Dads and Kids will love climbing on the engines, There are beautiful gardens and a tea house. An enjoyable 2 hours or so.

Thank sandydave2013
Reviewed 2 April 2015

Just a brief visit on a wet day as this was a coach tour lunch stop at the Azizya Restaurant next door. I really enjoyed it and felt it was well worth 5TL. Some on our tour just dismissed it as a lot of old...More

1  Thank wanderingdubyas
Reviewed 17 February 2015

This was part of an Aegean Coast tour by RSD Travel. The museum was next door to our lunch stop. Entrance fee is TL 5. Lots of magnificent old locomotives of several nationalities that one could climb into. I fully expected to see Thomas the...More

Thank WatfordBrian
Reviewed 21 December 2014

My guide described this as the largest train museum in Europe and I believe it. Huge display of locos and some historic rolling stock including Ataturk's own car. As Turkey is the crossroads, I'm guessing this is the best selection of European steam locos around...More

Thank Dave C
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