Historical train inaugurated by King Felipe VI

Historical treasures in Chamartín

You can’t miss it! Almost 10.000 people have already visited the exhibition of historical trains inaugurated by King Felipe VI on 17 October to kick off Metro de Madrid’s Centenary celebration. The exhibition is open to the public from Friday to Sunday, from 10 am to 2 pm.

Are you a true Metro fan? Do you like to travel to the past? If you answered yes to these questions, then… you’re in luck! Metro invites you to visit the exhibition of historical trains inaugurated by King Felipe VI on 17 October in Chamartín Station. You will able to enjoy the original cars which ran on the underground line a century ago and which have been completely restored for the celebration our Centenary. An absolute luxury! And… if this is not enough, you will also be able to enjoy a collection of more than 100 historical items which will take you back to Metro’s past like you never could have imagined.

The trains already on view are genuine railway treasures to which another 8 cars, currently in the process of restoration and which began to operate between 1924 and 1965, will soon be added. And you will be able to discover many more things, ranging from antique telephones, tools, utensils… through to the changes in the uniforms of Metro employees over time.

More than 6,000 people have already visited the exhibition, and the number is expected to grow in response to the interest awakened. Remember, this is a permanent exhibition which you can visit with your family and friends on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm. There is no entrance fee for Metro users.

Exposición Chamartín

Interior tren clásico MR-9
Exterior MR-9
Cabina de conducción
Escudo real del Metropolitano Alfonso XIII
Logo de Metro en 1931
Luminaria del interior del tren
Cartel indicativo que prohibía escupir dentro del tren
Cierre y apertura de puertas
Suelo de madera
Interior del tren MR-6
Exterior MR-6