"The Foundry Museum [...] has a real factory-like atmosphere. The collection includes marvelous examples of cast-ironworks, railway related artifacts, bells and street furniture. Plus, you can also take a guided tour with the smelters themselves."
" This museum – a lot more interesting than it sounds – is housed in the Ganz Machine Works foundry, which was in use until the Protected content . The massive ladles and cranes still stand, anxiously awaiting employment. Alas, time and progress have frozen them still. The exhibits also include cast-iron stoves, bells and street furniture. "
"The Foundry Museum of Budapest focuses on unveiling parts of the Hungarian foundry tradition and of the life of Ganz Abraham."
"Initially it was an iron foundry founded by Ábrahám Ganz (born in Unter Embrach, Zurich County, Switzerland, in Protected content , died in Pest, Hungary, on December 15, Protected content . Chilled iron railway wheels, railway-crossing points, corn milling rolls were produced on the base of Ganz's patent."
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