West Japan Railway Co. (JR West) spent around 7 billion yen (83 million dollars) to manufacture Japan’s biggest railroad gallery, an immense task that will be opened in the spring of 2016 in Kyoto.
The Museum at Umekoji Park in Shimogyo Ward will have a display corridor that has a region of around 31,000 square meters to grandstand different trains, train carriages and different highlights of the past. JR West hopes to have the option to pull in around 800,000 guests per year.
The city of Kyoto will loan its grounds alongside the Umekoji steam train Museum, which has a place with the JR West, for the three-story primary structure of the new Museum and a walk around the encompassing territory.
After the gallery is finished, the historical center will be converged with Umekoji steam train Museum and has around 50 trains and carriages.
The new gallery size will surpass the railroad Museum, which is overseen by the East Japan Railway Co. (JR East) in Saitama. The Museum will likewise have a larger number of products to show than SC Maglev and Railway Park worked by Central Japan Railway Co. (JR Tokai) in Nagoya.