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The small railway or economic railway of Szeged operated between 1927 and 1975, whose last stop was Ásotthalom on one branch and Pusztamérges on the other.

The narrow-gauge railway made it easier to get agricultural products to the urban market, and to travel between the farm world and the city. In addition to its economic benefits, the small railway also had a socio-cultural benefit: it was also possible to get to evening parties and theatrical performances from the farms. The line was extremely important in the local history of Szeged, Szeged-alsótanya and Csongrád-Csanád county.

The complete renovation of the Domaszék station building and the compilation of the materials of the railway history exhibition have been ongoing since 2008 with the help of the Szeged Railway History Foundation, the Szeged Economic Railway Historical, Local History Public Benefit Association, retired railway engineer József Engi and local residents.

The museum’s largest and most special exhibit is a locomotive and its associated wagon, that travelled on the original small railway.

Important information!

Registration is possible until 16:00 on the day before the program, by entering the number of people, during working hours from 8:00 to 16:00 in person at the Tourinform Office or by phone at +36 (62) 660 710.
To participate in the programs, a minimum of 5 people required to register or a minimum fee of HUF 8,500 paid, and these can be changed as required by prior arrangement.
Gathering is at 9:45 and departure is at 10:00 from the main entrance of St. Elizabeth Spa, Mórahalom (6782 Mórahalom, Szent László park 4.) Arrival is also here.

The full duration of the programs: 1.5 – 2 hours

Ticket prices:

Age 0-3 free
Age 3-14 discounted HUF 1,700
Above age 65 discounted HUF 1,700
Between 14-65 adult ticket HUF 2,000

Detailed information:

Móra-Tourist Nonprofit Kft.
Tourinform Mórahalom
Open: Monday – Friday 8:00 – 16:00
H-6782 Mórahalom, Tömörkény utca 3.
Telephone: +36 (62) 660 710
Erika Ótott-Kovács: +36 (70) 31 23 092