Recently restored Ottoman railway station at Tzemach south of Road 92. Developed in partnership with Kinneret College, The Jordan Valley Regional Council, The Council for the Preservation of Buildings and Historic Sites and Israel Railways.
Tzemach Railway is one of the important railway junctions in the history of Israel. Tzemach made a huge contribution to the development of the railways and Israels development in the first half of the twentieth century.
It is an important chapter of the political, national and geopolitical struggles that shaped the history
of the country, and Jordan Valley and the Kinneret Basin in particular. Key players in this
fascinating story are far away governments and locals, Jews and Arabs, Turks and Germans,
Australians and British. The new museum provides a fascinating insight into this period of a new countries birth and subsequent growth.