The first railroad museum in Cuba shows the history of the railroad workers
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- 02 / 09 / 2009
Moraima Acosta Hernández, museology specialist of the centre said to AIN that students and other people interested to know about this type of transport visit the centre.
Among its main attractions is the first train tack, built in 1836, which was rescued by the workers of the museum.
There is also a telegraph and seven uniforms used at that time, as well as a stamp, lamps, signaling, a collection bag and other means that are no more used.
The Havana province has the Hershey train, an electric railroad that transport passengers from the Casablanca station in the Cuban capital, to locations in Havana province and ends in the city of Matanzas.