NGO Estonian Museum Railway
Estonian Museum Railway (in Estonian: MTÜ Eesti Muuseumraudtee) is a non-profit organization, what is collecting and introducing the history of narrow-gauge railways of Estonia and Livonia. The museum has more than 80 units of rolling stock and comprehensive indoor expostion which also includes exposition of industral and military narrow-gauge railways in that region. Estonian Museum Railway is a member of The Estonian Heritage Society and the FEDECRAIL. Museum is also a part of Romantic Beach Route, which is located in southwestern Estonia.
The governing bodies of NGO Estonian Museum Railway is a three-member board and the General Meeting of Members.
We confirm that the organization adheres to its ethical principles of the activities of the NGO activities.
- Mehis Helme (acting CEO)
- Neddy Kramer
- Heiki Muda
- Eesti Muinsuskaitse Selts
(representative Mehis Helme)
- AS Tootsi Turvas
(representative Tiit Saarmets)
- GoProperty AS
(representative Neddy Kramer)
- Edelaraudtee Infrasturuktuuri AS
(representative Rain Kaarjas)
- Eesti Raudteeajaloo Selts
(representative Andrei Afanassenko)
- Pärnu Lahe Merepääste Selts
- MTÜ Liikumise Jõud
- Operation Lifesaver Estonia MTÜ
Eesti Muuseumraudtee MTÜ
Ülejõe 1, 87001 Lavassaare, Audru vald, Pärnumaa
+372 52 72 584
Gulbenes – Aluksnes Banitis
A remaining part of the former Livonian Supply Railway connecting Valga with Koikküla, Taheva, Mõbniste and Plavinas. The regular passenger traffic is performed by the former Estonian locomotives TU2-244 and TU2-273 and with two locomotives of type TU7A. Since 2005 special trains are lead by the steam locomotive Gr-319 (in cooperation with the Lavassaare Museum Railway).
Read more: www.banitis.lv
A Steam Railway of Brünig
Volunteer-based 1000-mm-railway having two narrow-gauge locomotives – no. 208 and 1067 and a roundhouse in Interlagen-Ost in the middle of Switzerland. They operate with the tradiotional steam trains on the tracks Interlaken-Ost – Meiringen – Giswill, Interlaken-Ost – Grindelwald and Interlaken-Ost – Lauterbrunnen.
Read more: www.bruenig-dampfbahn.ch
Museum is grateful for supports! New supporters are always welcome, as well as photos, memoires etc, concerning the history of Estonian narrow-gauge railways.