Transport Museum

194448_ikarus_60.jpg Special Ikarus buses can be seen at the Transport Museum during the weekend During the weekend, visitors can see special Ikarus buses in Kőbánya, in the Diesel Hall of the Észáki Járműjavító. Among the vehicles of the Transport Museum, the famous Faros Ikarus, as well as types 211 and 311 will be exhibited, and for the first time, an Ikarus 256 bus will be on display.
The first buildings of the new Transport Museum received a building permit 4 smaller buildings are being renovated in the area of the future home of the new Transport Museum, Kőbánya, the planned reconstruction of which has now received the building permit. Next year, after remediation and demolition work, their renovation will begin. The central museum building is still being planned, it is likely to receive a building permit in 2022.
The investment in the new Transport Museum will be accelerated - Preparatory work may begin next year From 2022, the Northern Vehicle Repair will officially become the home of the Hungarian Museum of Technology and Transport. They are bringing forward the necessary demolition, environmental remediation of contaminated soil and reconstruction of some smaller buildings. Reconstruction of the Diesel Hall into a museum could begin in 2023.
Visuals for the renovation of the old Kelenföld railway station published The Museum of Transport has published visuals of the planned conversion of the Budapest-Kelenföld railway station. The dilapidated station building closed in 2019. The Museum of Science, Technology and Transport will create a new exhibition space about the history of the railway in the building, which will also house temporary exhibitions. In a government decree on Tuesday, the renovation of the building was classified a priority investment.
Legendary locomotives arrive at future site of Transport Museum — Exhibition to showcase vehicles and plans The Museum of Science, Technology, and Transportation is preparing a large-scale temporary exhibition at its new home in the Északi Járműjavító, or Northern Vehicle Repair Shop. While the opening of the new Transport Museum is still a way down the road, the exhibition hopes to present the past and future of the new site to the public. When the public will be able to visit the exhibition depends on how the pandemic unfolds, but the vehicles to be showcase have already arrived at the site.
Over 500 artefacts and mementos from Metro M3 transferred to Museum of Transport A total of 510 artefacts, items and mementoes of the M3 metro line have been transferred to the collection of the Hungarian Museum of Science, Technology and Transport, including well-remembered wall-coverings, information boards and yellow benches. The letter-mosaic found in the station on Deák Square will remain in its original location.
Exhibition of aerospace history opened in Petőfi Csarnok 35 years ago The upper floor of the Petőfi Csarnok housed the Aviation and Space Exploration exhibit of the Transport Museum for thirty years. The aeroplane used by Charles IV in his attempt to return to the Hungarian throne in 1909 and was on display, as was the World war I reconnaissance aircraft manufactured by the Lloyd factory in Aszód. Relics of the space age included the crew capsule used by Bertalan Farkas and Valeri Kubasov to return to Earth from the Salyut-6 space station. When the Petőfi Csarnok was closed, the exhibition was also forced to leave.
Two-hundred years of shipping in Budapest – New exhibition opened on Kossuth Museum Boat A new exhibition entitled Budapest from the Danube – Pictures from 200 years of shipping in Budapest has opened on the Kossuth Museum Boat anchored on Vigadó Square. The exhibition highlights the most interesting moments of the past two-hundred years of shipping and boat travel in Budapest and opens on Wednesday.

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