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Railway camp hosts Marko Laine (left), Tuomas Juhantila and Teemu Virtanen with station dog Teri in brakemans' post of newly-renoved freight car of former Hyvinkää-Karkkila railway.
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Handcars (resiina in Finnish) are available to make trips from Minkiö to Jokioinen and Humppila directions. The older handcars are such heavy to pump, but their ride is much more smoother than the newer ones.
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The sleeping coaches have no more their original metal boggies and body frames left, so the wooden bodies are fixed with the oldes waggon shed of Minkiö depot.
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The cabins have 2-5 beds and 230 V electric outputs. We'll arrange extra mattresses, because the original ones are pretty tough to sleep.
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The accomodation of camp is in the old sleeping coaches originally used by Finnish State Railways.
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Of course we also have a traditional sauna from 1920's.
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Sauna is essential part of Finnish bath culture. The modern electric sauna of Minkiö workshop building.
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Dining and resting area of Minkiö workshop building.
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Minkiö workshop building kitchen.
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Museum train locomotive crew having a coffee break in Minkiö station. Steam locomotive engineers Pentti Yli-Hukkala and Tapani Havia in the left and fireman Tuomas Myllylä in the right. You can usually know the fireman because the very dirty clothes and face.
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Construction of new stairs of Minkiö station warehouse in April 2009.
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Marko Laine, Alexander Vaganov and Marko Tuominen works with Jänhijoki railway brigde support structure.
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Museum railway have totally 14 kilometres of mainline track between Jokioinen and Humppila. That means lots of repair work from year to another. Marko Laine (left) and Marko Tuominen are changing wooden sleepers in near Palomäki halt in Minkiö-Humppila line.
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	Volunteers finishing the interior of completely rebuilt Hyvinkää-Karkkila railway passenger coach. Marko Tuominen at the left, Tuomas Juhantila and Marko Laine at right.
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