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Budapest Transportation Company Town Public Transport Museum - Szentendre
Address: 2000, Szentendre Dózsa György út 3. (HÉV-végállomás)
Phone number: (1) 461-6500
Opening hours: 01.04-31.10.: Tue-Sun 10-17
Permanent exhibitions
A taste of the exhibition
The second ward presents a review of railways of 30 Hungarian towns. The number of photos and graphs is almost 700. We show railway lines of Temesvár, Arad, Nagyvárad, Brassó, Kolozsvár, Nagyszeben, Eszék, Zágráb, Fiume, Szeged, Debrecen, Miskolc, Nyíregyháza, Szombathely, Pozsony, Kassa and several smaller villages. continue
Trolley
Entering ward 5, the visitors can see recognitions of the BKV. A bound worth 100 pengő signed by the Pest Omnibus Company is shown in one of the showcases. The most interesting objects are probably four vehicles: a ZIU-5D trolley bus, an Ikarus 180-as articulated bus, an Ikarus 556 bus, and a half-taken down Rába Tr 3.5 bus. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The third ward presents part of the infrastructure of railways. The visitors can see tools of rail maintenance, rails and sign system. There are upper- and lower cable systems of the BKVT and BSZKRT. continue
BVVV 21-22 electric twin car built in the Ganz Factory in 1911 for the Electric Train of Budapest
The first ward introduces rail transportation in Budapest from the first opening of the horse trains in 1866 until the metros. Several photos and drawings show the predecessors of BKV. There are photos of almost all vehicles that were operated in Budapest. Picture of the 120-year-old HÉV in Lőrinc is also shown. continue
The 120-year-old steam engine of the HÉV of Haraszt
The first HÉV (Local Train) transport began with steam engines in 1888 that were succeeded by electric train in 1914. The shed that functions as a museum from 1992 was built in 1914. continue
Tram
The BKV LTd. operated Town Mass Transportation Museum invites the visitors with sixty renovated vehicles. We are extremely proud of the BKVT 418 tram that represented Budapest's transportation at the Hungarian Cultural Season in Paris in 2001. We are also proud of the BHÉV Haraszti 4 Steam Engine Both vehicles are 120 years old this year. continue