Manufactured in 1924!Historical designated cultural property "steam locomotive"

Kominato Tetsudo / Steam locomotive

The three steam locomotives actually operated by Kominato Tetsudo are on display and preserved, and you can definitely visit them for free if you request in advance. Of the three cars, No. 3 and No. 3 are six-wheel connected ten-wheel tank locomotives (C-type tank cars), manufactured by Baldwin in 1 during the Taisho era, imported from the United States in the same year, and used until 2. is.It is said to have high academic value. The B1924 is a four-wheel connected ten-wheel tank locomotive (B-type locomotive) manufactured by Beyer Peacock in the United Kingdom in 1956, and was imported by Nippon Railway.After being used in Utsunomiya and Chiba engine districts, it was sold from the Japanese National Railways in 104 and retired in 1894.In addition, the Kiha 1946 diesel railcar is open to the public at the event.Both are designated cultural properties.


Kominato Tetsudo / Steam locomotive

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290-0054-1 Goichuohigashi, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture 2-XNUMX

Business hours

From 9:00 to 16:00, you can tour from the back of the vehicle for 24 hours from the city road.

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