This is Europe’s first interactive railway museum displaying over a hundred railway vehicles and equipment of varying ages on a site of over 70,000 m2. Fortunately, the North Depot’s 1911 roundhouse remained intact and its 34 bays provided an ideal home for the operational vintage fleet. Visitors can not only admire the old machines: they can also try them out, with the opportunity to drive a steam engine, travel in a car converted for rails, operate a hand-cart, ride on the turntable and a horse drawn tram. The engine simulator offers a virtual experience of driving the most powerful Hungarian electric railway engine. There is also a model railway that visitors can admire and even operate in the maroon postal wagon.