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Tramway Historique Lobes-Thuin et Musee

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Journeys back in time

This was a tramway my husband has been wanting to visit for years. They have a comprehensive... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
Truly fantastic

Check the website for opening and more importantly running days, but if you get both you get a 20... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
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Rue du Fosteau 2A, Thuin 6530, Belgium
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Reviewed 1 July 2018

This was a tramway my husband has been wanting to visit for years. They have a comprehensive collection of trams which run on Sundays, though possibly Saturdays in the summer months. Due to the lowish visitor numbers not many journeys were made and none on...More

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Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

Check the website for opening and more importantly running days, but if you get both you get a 20 minute diesel tram in on direction and a 20 minute electric tram in the other through the very pleasant Wallonia's countryside. Museum itself is very nicely...More

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Reviewed 29 September 2016

It was more than five years ago that I last visited, so it was interesting to see how things have developed. They now have a new non-electrified line along an old railway trackbed so you can ride on a diesel tram, or in its trailer,...More

1  Thank MrOrganist
Reviewed 21 April 2016

The museum is dedicated to the Belgian extra-urban tramway network, which was one of the wider in the world. The museum hosts several trams (electric, pretrol and steam coming soon) from almost a century in perfect state plus historical maintenance vehicles (off course working and...More

Thank Luca C
Reviewed 4 May 2015

I have been visiting the Musée du Tramway Vicinal (ASVI) that is operational on Sunday and holidays. It brings you back to the old times. You can ride different age trams to three different destinations. It is very enjoyable for the whole family. The kids...More

1  Thank AlbertoGuidoTel-Aviv
Reviewed 29 September 2014

This is a nice little museum in the countryside near Charleroi. The vintage trams run on two routes. The's a timetable on the website, showing which days. Young children will love it. Your ticket lets you ride as many times as you like. The tracks...More

Thank AlabasterFreckles
Reviewed 13 July 2014

This museum holds about thirty restored trams from the former Belgian Light Railways (SNCV) in a new museum building. A petrol tram runs for about three km on a converted railway line, and an electric tram runs down to the river in Thuin and for...More

Thank Mike M
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