The former Colonna station is situated along the line disused in 1983 that connected Rome to Fiuggi. Within the premises dedicated to travellers and the warehouse this museum was set up by the Foundation for Railway. Outside, in the square and along a stretch alongside the tracks, you can see the locomotives of "historical value" such as the locomotive "4" of 1916, the electromotive "434" of 1921, 1949 and the articulated trainset "801" of 1953. There are also several open and closed wagons. In addition to the trains of the Rome-Fiuggi line, some of railway stock of the Roma-Viterbo and Rome-Lido lines of '20s-'30s were brought here.