Railway model of Līvbērze and Spāre stations (H0)
Railway modelling fascinates both young and old. Built during the 1980s and 1990s by the project author and work supervisor Alvils Kraulis and long-term employee of the museum Alfrēds Straume, who crafted the buildings, the model can now be found at the museum. The model shows two stations of the Moscow-Zilupe-Ventspils railway line with their characteristic buildings and landscape. It is built to the most popular scale in the world, the H0 scale (1:87), and exemplifies the core principles of operating a railway line in the 1960s.
The model is one of the most exciting objects at the museum, attracting all visitors. It is used for demonstrations of trainsets from various periods: both steam and diesel locomotives and electric and diesel trains.