The permanent exhibition is located in several buildings of
the Finnish Railway premises: the shed building and vehicle storage
area, the roundhouse, the station and old office buildings. Permanent
exhibition was renewed last time in 1998.
Modern engine shed and the integrated vehicle storage building are
used to store many kinds of rolling stock; steam and diesel engines,
rail cars, passenger cars. The highlight of the collection, Russian
Imperial Train, can be found in the engine shed.
Historical roundhouse made of red bricks is one of the original
buildings of the Railway Museum surroundings. Naturally, there is an
authentic turntable in front of the roundhouse. The roundhouse has space
for six steam locomotives and there is an integrated historical engine repair
shop. Visitors can observer one of the six locomotives from underside.
Several railway station and other models are also kept in the roundhouse.
"White Hall" is located behind the roundhouse and the repair shop and
is one of the venues for special exhibitions. A narrow gauge steam locomotive
is also kept in the "White Hall" and visitors are allowed to visit the
Railway Museum's station building is the original Hyvinkää-Hanko railway line
end station. It was refurbished in the 1990's and features several scenes of
historical rail travel. There is also an exhibition of Finnish railway
Originally a home for several railway worker families, the red worker building
serves nowadays as part of the museum exhibition premises and there are several
permanent special interest exhibitions.