I visited here on the off chance, having really enjoyed a trip to the National Railway Museum in York, and also always having had an interest in trains. The museum is on four floors and charts the history of China's railways - unfortunately though there are mainly only models and specific parts of trains/related equipment, rather than any preserved trains themselves. The bullet train motion simulator was particularly disappointing. Probably the best parts were the bottom floor which shows the various lines from Beijing and gives an overview of the cities visited, and the 3D film at the end. OK for an hour or two, but probably only go if you're particularly interested in railways.
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