One of the integral parts of a railway station has always been the station clock. The development of railways has had an impact on many important aspects of human life, including the need for a unified time system.
Nowadays, when the cash register receipt also serves as the train ticket, train rides seem to have lost a little of their charm. In earlier times, passengers received pre-printed tickets, which they often collected.
The most expressive attraction of the Jelgava exposition is the wall painting by artist Raitis Junkers, which depicts the signalling signs and the station at the end of the 19th century, unleashing the imagination of visitors and lett
You will feel that special something in the air as soon as you enter the museum’s territory. Since 1904, this place has been strongly associated not only with the history of railways but also with Latvia itself.