|Location||Ōme, Tokyo Japan|
|Public transit access||Ōme Station|
The Ome Railway Park (青梅鉄道公園, Ōme Tetsudō Kōen) is a railway museum in Ōme, Tokyo, Japan. It opened in 1962, and is operated by the East Japan Railway Culture Foundation, a foundation established by East Japan Railway Company.
Seven steam locomotives, one electric locomotive and one 0 Series Shinkansen EMU car are on display. (as of July 2023)
|Steam||2221||JGR Class 2120||North British Locomotive Company, Scotland||1905|
|5540||JGR Class 5500||Beyer, Peacock & Company, England||1897|
|8620||JGR Class 8620||Kisha Seizo, Japan||1914|
|9608||JNR Class 9600||Kawasaki, Japan||1913|
|C11 1||JNR Class C11||Kisha Seizo, Japan||1932|
|D51 452||JNR Class D51||Kisha Seizo, Japan||1939|
|E10 2||JNR Class E10||Kisha Seizo, Japan||1948|
|Electric||ED16 1||JNR Class ED16||Mitsubishi, Japan||1936|
|Shinkansen||22-75||0 series||Kisha Seizo, Japan||1969|
Shinkansen car No. 22-75
The museum is located 15 minutes walk from Ome Station on the Ome Line.
2-155 Katsunuma, Ōme, Tokyo