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Total railroad museums in FLORIDA: 7 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Florida Gulf Coast Railroad Museum
Address: PO BOX 355, Parrish, FLORIDA, 34219 USA. Tel.: 941-776-0906 Toll Free: (877) 869-0800
The Florida Gulf Coast Railroad Museum, Inc. was founded in 1981 to acquire, protect, preserve and operate interesting and historic examples of railroad rolling stock, artifacts, and other aspects of railroad history, with emphasis on railroads that served the state of Florida. Operated entirely by volunteers, the museum is located in Manatee County at the town of Parrish on US 301. The museum operates excursion trains consisting of its own rolling stock each weekend, year round. Trains include open window coaches, air conditioned coach and lounge cars and cabooses.
Hits: 10007   Ratings: 4.44   Votes: 18   Rate/Vote It   Added: 26-Nov-2002

Central Florida Railroad Museum
Address: 101 S Boyd St, Winter Garden, FLORIDA, 34787 USA. Tel.: 407-656-0559 Toll Free:
Very nice museum in a very quaint town. Much more than our family expected. Not real large, but many nice artifacts. Just down the street is another depot (Chamber of Commerce) and a recent caboose. Have a look, but keep going to the CFM.
Hits: 6260   Ratings: 1.46   Votes: 26   Rate/Vote It   Added: 27-Jan-2004

Gold Coast Railroad Museum
Address: 12450 SW 152nd Street, Miami, FLORIDA, 33177 USA. Tel.: (305) 253-0063 Toll Free: 888-608-7246
The Gold Coast Railroad Museum, is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, exhibiting and operating historic railroad equipment. The Museum was started in 1957, by a group of Miamian's who were trying to save pieces of Florida history that were taken for granted and rapidly disappearing. Some of the earliest pieces in the collection are the FERDINAND MAGELLAN , the private railroad car built for President Franklin Roosevelt, the Florida East Coast Railway locomotive 153 , the engine that pulled the rescue train out of Marathon, Florida after the 1935 hurricane, and the 113, an FEC locomotive built in 1913 and used in regular revenue service over the entire Florida East Coast railroad.
Hits: 4688   Ratings: 3.82   Votes: 11   Rate/Vote It   Added: 27-Nov-2002

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum
Address: P.O. Box 969, Palm Beach, FLORIDA, 33480 USA. Tel.: (561) 655 2833 Toll Free:
Start here to learn about Florida from the beginning, when Henry Flagler's railroads and luxury hotels established tourism and agriculture as the mainstays of Florida's economy. Start Here, to discover the Gilded Age, the most fascinating period in American history. Henry Flagler's private Railcar #91 is exhibited on the Museum's South Lawn. Built in 1886 for Flagler's personal use, the railcar was acquired by the Museum in 1959 as an artifact of Florida history and an important part of Flagler's story.
Hits: 3555   Ratings: 2.67   Votes: 9   Rate/Vote It   Added: 27-Nov-2002

Railroad Museum’s Train Village
Address: 7330 Gladiolus Dr, Fort Myers, FLORIDA, 33911 USA. Tel.: 941-481-7565 Toll Free:
Climb aboard the largest miniature railroad in the state and travel over 1.5 miles through Old World Villages among the parks scenic wilderness. Open Saturdays and holidays 10am – 2pm; Sundays noon – 4pm.
Hits: 0   Ratings: 2.85   Votes: 13   Rate/Vote It   Added: 3-Dec-2002

South Florida Railway Museum
Address: 1300 West Hillsboro Beach Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FLORIDA, 33442 USA. Tel.: 954-698-6620 Toll Free:
South Florida Railway Museum dedicated to provide the public with the history of railroading and how it affected the population growth and industry boom from the 1940's to the 1960's in the South Florida area. We are planning to teach through the use of railroad artifacts and through the design and building a model railroad display depicting the area during that time frame. Our Mission Statement is: To chronicle the history of South Florida as related to the Railroads that brought commerce and development to the area and to educate the general population.
Hits: 4537   Ratings: 2.22   Votes: 9   Rate/Vote It   Added: 2-Dec-2002

West Florida Railroad Museum
Address: PO Box 7156, Milton, FLORIDA, 32570 USA. Tel.: 904-623-3645 Toll Free:
Preserve the Northwest Florida, South Alabama, railroad legacy centering on the L&N Railroad. RR depot, caboose, cars, model railroad telegraph, Depot days 2nd week in November.
Hits: 0   Ratings: 4.54   Votes: 13   Rate/Vote It   Added: 3-Dec-2002

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