And how exactly do you imagine them? Obviously of special interest to you if you're into old trains, but interesting even if you're not, to see these huge engines and to be able to climb over them - no health and safety restrictions! Open all day, but may be closed over lunch - phone to check.
I had a very similar experience myself, in March 2011, when that great earthquake struck Japan.
The report said during the raid, two armed men were revealed in one of flats of two-story house.
The open-air museum isn't big, but you can move freely in it, climb on an old train some examples are more than 80 years old which used to go on carbon.
That was how I was getting all my information.
My memories all came back to me when I saw all these huge Soviet-time engines collected on one single site.
Allow some time for the visit as the area is surprisingly big.
Yet, evidence from small towns such as Mingdon shows that efforts to secure the border are failing.