The Steam Locomotive Park opened in 1988 at the site of a former locomotive yard and scrapyard near Haapamäki railway station, close to the city of Keuruu. The park displays 12 types of steam locomotives from Finnish railways, many of which are the last remaining examples. Among them are a Tk2 of 1904, the Wilson 618 and the Jumbo 609 built at Tampella, which both date from 1917, and an Ukko-Pekka built at Lokomo in 1949. One of the engines is cut away to show a section demonstrating how steam locomotives work. The park extends over 7 hectares and visitors can stay in its own campsite. Rides of 18-km can be taken on the Little Hulu miniature 185-mm-gauge railway. In a locomotive shed next to the park is the museum of the Locomotive Association which collaborates with the park. It cares for a large number of steam and diesel locomotives, freight wagons and steel and timber passenger carriages.