Underground Railway Museum
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Underground Railway Museum information
In the pedestrian subway beneath V Deák Ferenc tér, next to the main ticket window, the small Underground Railway Museum traces the development of the capital’s underground lines. Much emphasis is put on the little yellow metro (M1), Continental Europe’s first underground railway, which opened for the millenary celebrations in 1896. The museum is atmospherically housed in a stretch of tunnel and station, and houses wonderfully restored carriages.