The Railway Station Museum

The "Ferrovia – MuseodellaStazione" (The Railway Station Museum) of Colonna is an original exhibition containing a railway track of about 500 metresand a proper station building. The Museum displays a locomotive from 1916 among its antiques. It has a photographic exhibitionof the "Life at a station" with documents and objects and a true-like reproduction of the Station Master's office.

(c)ferroviamuseo-colonnaThe railway line Rome-Fiuggi-Frosinone dates back to 1907, a project by engineer Antonio Clementi. It was necessary to connect Rome and Frosinone with other south eastern areas of Lazio that were not served by other railway lines. For this reason several branch-lines left from the main one. In the 60s, due to the increase in independent transport and thanks to the development of motorways like the Autostrade del Sole and the dual carriageway Anagni-Fiuggi, the use of railways reduced up to total shutdown of several railway lines. The 500 meters of tracks belonging to the museum are the only ones left out of the entire railway line.

The museum is open to the public. Entrance fee charge. For further information and opening times please apply to the museum's official website –

The Museum is open to the public with admission fee. the Museum is open on request and at events and exhibitions,

ticketed one way € 5,00 - reduced ticket (under 16 e over 70) € 3,00 - guided tour ticket event or view € 8,00

Address: Via Casilina 17, Colonna (Rome)

LAT/LONG: 41.839321, 12.757988