The Museum for Railway Technology Novosibirsk is a railway museum in Novosibirsk. It was formally opened in 2000 near to Sejatel railway station at the Novosibirsk–Berdsk line and is the second largest transport museum in Russia after the Central Railway Museum in St Petersburg. Nikolai Akulinin was the organizer of the historical center. He worked from 1946 to 1955 at the North Caucasus Railway and since 1955 at different railroad in Sibiria. In the wake of getting resigned in 1984, he began to take a shot at the accumulation of the historical center for quite a long while, putting away the important shows on the roundabout track of the All-Russian Railway Research Institute.
In 1998 the West Siberian Railway supported the foundation of an exhibition hall. Preliminary work endured until 2000, when the exhibition hall was formally initiated on 4 August 2000 amid the festivals of the Railway Day. In opposition to his desire, it was named after Nikolai Akulininas, who was likewise its first executive. The outdoors exhibition hall presents 17 steam trains, 15 diesel trains, 12 electro trains, carriages and gear from the nineteenth and twentieth century, essentially from Russian and Soviet creation. Likewise, a few trains from the United States, Czechoslovakia and Hungary are shown. The historical center has additionally an accumulation of mainy Soviet autos.