On Saturday 21.8. The Museum Railway celebrates its 50th birthday. Finland's first museum train was run on 21 August 1971 from Forssa to Humppila.

The operations of the Museum Railway Association, which maintains the Jokioinen Museum Railway, are mainly based on voluntary work that has been done for half a century. Thanks to this work of committed enthusiasts, we have been able to preserve a piece of Finnish industrial history, local cultural heritage and, of course, the Jokioinen Railway as a living museum.

If you would like to support our activities and at the same time congratulate the 50th anniversary of the Museum Railway, please donate us. Our bank account is:

Museorautatieyhdistys ry
IBAN: FI63 5080 0620 0613 68

The Museum Railway Association is grateful for all the donations, because even a small amount will take our activities a notch forward again!

Companies, municipalities, cities and foundations can also, if they wish, congratulate the Museum Railway.

Museorautatieyhdistys ry
Kiipuntie 49
31630 MINKIÖ

Purpose of the funds: The funds received as donations will be used for the maintenance of the museum railway track, locomotives, wagons and buildings, as well as for the preservation of the Finnish railway cultural heritage in the form of a living museum.
Permit number: RA/2020/5

A steam locomotive pulling a train on a sunny day in early May at a station pier. The train has a dark boxcar and a red passenger car.
The first Museorautatie Forssa-Humppila test run from Forssa to Jokioinen at Jokioinen station in May 1971. Photo: Collection Museorautatieyhdistys ry.