Museo del Ferrocarril
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Museo del Ferrocarril information
On the north side of the Alameda, this museum is housed in the city's former train station and very cleverly brings to life its past. The existing building was designed by Manuel Ortiz Monasterio and was constructed in 1936. Exhibits include modern installations relating to train travel plus former locomotive parts. Don't miss the two murals by muralist Fernando Leal (completed in 1943) that grace the station interior.