The Railway Museum in Chiemsee can boast of both the ХХ and the XIX century’s locomotives and steam trains. They are located in the old depot, and anyone who wants to can look at them. The oldest specimens are of year 1887, when the station just opened. It was in 1887 when these places attracted the most interest. And the railroad to the Lake Chiemsee brought here many tourists. All of them wanted to see the Palace of King Ludwig II, who died a year earlier. Some halls of the Palace immediately opened to the public, although the construction work was still underway.
Officially, the railway department in Chiemsee is a part of the Bavarian railway administration. Many rare trains of the company are almost in perfect condition and still cover a distance of several thousand kilometers every year. They can carry passengers to the quay berth at the Lake Chiemsee even today (Chiemseeschifffahrt). The length of railway tracks is less than two kilometers. The road will not take much time and will be very pleasant.