Ome Railway Park

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Ome Railway Park
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Location within Japan
Location Ōme, Tokyo Japan
Type Railway museum
Public transit access Ōme Station

The Ome Railway Park (青梅鉄道公園, Ōme Tetsudō Kōen) is a railway museum in Ōme, Tokyo, Japan. It opened in 1962, and is operated by the East Japan Railway Culture Foundation, a foundation established by East Japan Railway Company.



Eight steam locomotives, one electric locomotive and one 0 Series Shinkansen EMU car are on display. [1]

CategoryNumberClassBuilderYear built
Steam110 JGR Class 110 Yorkshire Engine Company, UK1871
2221 JGR Class 2120 North British Locomotive Company, UK1905
5540 JGR Class 5500 Beyer, Peacock and Company, UK1897
8620 JGR Class 8620 Kisha Seizo, Japan1914
9608 JNR Class 9600 Kawasaki, Japan1913
C11 1 JNR Class C11 Kisha Seizo, Japan1932
D51 452 JNR Class D51 Kisha Seizo, Japan1939
E10 2 JNR Class E10 Kisha Seizo, Japan1948
ElectricED16 1 JNR Class ED16  [ ja ]Mitsubishi, Japan1936
Shinkansen22-75 0 series Kisha Seizo, Japan1969


The museum is located 15 minutes walk from Ome Station on the Ome Line.


2-155 Katsunuma, Ōme, Tokyo

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  1. 1 2 "The Collection of Ome Railway Park" . Retrieved November 27, 2013.
  2. 鉄道のテクノロジーVol1:新幹線[Railway Technology Vol.1: Shinkansen]. Japan: Sanei Mook. April 2009. p. 121. ISBN   978-4-7796-0534-5.

Coordinates: 35°47′32″N139°15′48″E / 35.7923°N 139.2633°E / 35.7923; 139.2633