Steam Train Museum, Ephesus Selcuk

One of the largest steam engines collection in Europe. Trainspotters will delight in this open-air museum, a few kilometres from central Selcuk on the Ayd?n road. The attractively landscaped site has over 30 steam locomotives, some as old as the 1887 C-N2 from the UK, and most of which are free to climb on. Atatürk had his headquarters here and kept his special white train at this station during Aegean manoeuvres.

The Camlik outdoor steam museum is located; 9 km outside Kusadasi.and 5 km from Ephesus.  A small gallery space honours the memory of Atatürk with countless photos, portraits, newspaper articles and an antique desk.

Çaml?k station is on the former orc line, the oldest line in Turkey. The outdoor steam museum has one of the largest steam engines collection in Europe, most them joining the museum shortly after being retired from service.




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