Also in front of the station was this metal statue of three horses.
Behind the station is the museum, reached by a walkway.
I couldn't really take any good pictures inside the museum, because it was rather dark and everything was close together, but the museum included an outdoor section, with a small viewing area. This is a turntable, with two coaches behind it.
A few more railroad cars were parked near the turntable.
Within the viewing area, whose boundary was marked by the metal barriers, were these old trucks.
Finally, while walking back to the station (the yellow building on the right), I saw this parked train. The locomotive at its far end was a diesel electric, instead of the steam engines that I had seen earlier.