The Interpretation Centre is part of an ambitious industrial archaeology project that also includes the introduction of a tourist steam train between the Costa Daurada and the inland counties of Tarragona and the establishment of a professional school of railway occupations.
At present visitors can enjoy a guided tour that includes the building, which has one of the earliest electromechanical station control systems in Europe; the 23-metre turntable and the old railway sheds, now a restoration workshop. The tour ends with a visit to the new tourist train sheds, where restoration work is being carried out on locomotives, railcars, carriages and wagons through which we can see the evolution of the railway over time. Among them is the 241F-2238, the only remaining high powered steam locomotive from Móra la Nova.
General admission: 8.00 €
Reduced admission: 6.00 € (for the over 65s and children aged 7 to 14
Group admission: 6.00 € per person for groups of 15 or more
Free admission: children under 7 and Club Super3 members
All year. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: 11.30 - 13.30 17.00 - 19.00.
From Barcelona/Tarragona/Reus via the N-420 to Móra la Nova.
From Lleida/Tortosa via the C-12 to Móra la Nova.
By public transport:
Train: Renfe (Spanish Railways) line R15 to Móra la Nova station.