The French Railways Museum was inaugurated in 1976 in Dornach, its final home. The building, designed by the architect Pierre-Yves Schoen from Mulhouse, combines reinforced concrete and glulam, to house an unusual collection. Locomotives, carriages and wagons are complemented by models, engines, signals, tracks and more. The museum is an incomparable place of heritage, and an inextinguishable source of inspiration. Concerts, musicals, fashion shoots and cinema screenings are some of the many events that mark the days in this establishment, which is firmly rooted in the present.