For railway enthusiuasts, the museum at Ambarawa displayes a fascinating collection of old European steam engines dating back to the and of the last century. The Museum is the site of the original railway station, which was builth in 1873, Opened to the public in 1976, it offers the visitor over twenty different kinds of ancient locomotive, originally builth in factories in Holland, England, Germany, and Switzerland.  Basides  the engines, there is an interesting collection of early telecommunications equipment and visitors can even arrange to take a ride on Indonesia’s only cog railway, which runs between Ambarawa and the nearby village of Bedono. Located 50 Kilometers to the South of Semarang, Ambarawa is easily accessible by public transport from the capital, or from Yogyakarta