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Total railroad museums in INDIANA: 11 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Indiana Railway Museum
Address: PO Box 150., French Lick, INDIANA, 47432 USA. Tel.: 812-936-2405 Toll Free: 800-74-TRAIN
The Indiana Railway Museum, located on Highway 56 in French Lick, Indiana is a non-profit organization with volunteers serving as train and station crews. Fascinating railroad equipment are on display, including a caboose, and several diesel and steam locomotives. Souvenirs and railroad memorabilia are available in the station's gift shop as well as refreshments... including the ever-popular Snack Bar Car that runs with every train. The entire family will enjoy a train ride on the French Lick, West Baden and Southern! The young and young-at-heart thrill to the sights and sounds of a real train.
Hits: 9666 Ratings: 3.72 Votes: 11 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Emtrac
Address: 411 SE Riverside Drive, Evansville, INDIANA, 47713 USA. Tel.: 812-425-2406 Toll Free:
Come and explore EMTRAC and the history of Southern Indiana's transportation. Evansville Museum Transportation Center
Hits: 1675 Ratings: 1.80 Votes: 5 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Jun-2007

Griffith Historical Park and Depot Museum
Address: 201 S. Broad St., Griffith, INDIANA, 46319 USA. Tel.: 219-924-9701 Toll Free:
They have a 100yr old Gtand Trunk depot, E,J&E Interlocking tower, several small structures, several rail cars. Property formerly Michigan Central's "Joliet Cut-off" right-of-way which was first railroad through Griffith in 1854. Also there is a collection of artifacts. Nice small town museum right next to still busy rail junction.
Hits: 185 Ratings: 7.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 31-Oct-2013

Hesston Steam Museum
Address: 1201 E 1000 N, La Porte, INDIANA, 46350 USA. Tel.: 219 778-2783 Toll Free:
Located in the rural countryside of LaPorte County is Hesston Steam Museum, a unique outdoor museum featuring one of the most varied collections of steam equipment of its kind in the country. The collection includes stationary and traction engines, a steam-operated sawmill, and steam train rides on full-sized and scale model locomotives through 155 acres of natural meadows and forests.
Hits: 5324 Ratings: 5.06 Votes: 20 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum
Address: 507 Mulberry St., PO Box 75, North Judson, INDIANA, 46366 USA. Tel.: (574) 896-3950 Toll Free:
The museum has over 30 pieces of rolling stock in its collection, most awaiting repair and restoration. Freight cars of the various types, cabooses of various design, Operable diesel switch engines and an Orton Locomotive crane comprise the bulk of the museum collection. The railroad museum also has a disassembled 100' turntable in it collections. Museum volunteers hope to reinstall the turntable in the near future.
Hits: 4412 Ratings: 5.33 Votes: 9 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Indiana Transportation Museum
Address: P.O. Box 83, Noblesville, INDIANA, 46061 USA. Tel.: 317.773.6000 Toll Free:
The Indiana Transportation Museum is a volunteer run, non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve Indiana's railroad history, educate the public in the history of the railroad, and provide our visitors with an opportunity to experience railroad travel as it used to be. Our Museum and restoration facilities are located in Noblesville, Indiana, only 20 miles north of downtown Indianapolis. We operate on 38 miles of track once known as the Indianapolis & Peru, and more recently, as the Nickel Plate Road. Our Event Schedule is full of exciting railroad events. The Museum also offers a School Program entitled Railroads In The Midwest that features a pre-visit classroom workbook, tour of the Museum grounds, and if desired, a ride on our train.
Hits: 6452 Ratings: 3.33 Votes: 9 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

Monon Connection
Address: 10012 N. US. 421, Monon, IN, INDIANA, 47959 USA. Tel.: 219-253-4100 Toll Free: no
This is a great lttle museum. It was featured on "Across Indiana" as the best the best lttle museum in in Indiana.
Hits: 1555 Ratings: 8.00 Votes: 4 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Oct-2009

New York Central Railroad Museum
Address: PO Box 1708, 721 South Main St., Elkhart, INDIANA, 46515 USA. Tel.: (574) 294-3001 Toll Free:
Elkhart's National New York Central RR Museum recaptures the days when locomotives were symbols of progress, and ambassadors of goodwill across the country. The Museum was founded in 1987 and is an ever growing preserver of both local and national railroad heritage. Elkhart is a natural home for the museum; its railyard is among America's largest. Museum's main gallery located in a 100 year old freight house complex which features the history of the New York Central on the local and national level. There are numerous hands-on exhibits to help visitors "live" railroad history.
Hits: 4860 Ratings: 3.50 Votes: 10 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

The Depot
Address: 206 South College Ave, Salem, INDIANA, 47167 USA. Tel.: 812-883-1884 Toll Free:
The Depot is a replica of the Monon depot that served Salem from 1909 until it closed in 1973. The Depot contains many artifacts from the Monon and other southern Indiana railroads. The Depot's purpose is to commemorate the role Salem played in the 1847 organization of the New Albany & Salem Rail Road, which later became the Monon. Its basement contains at 14x54 foot HO scale model of the Monon through Washington County in the late 1950s.
Hits: 1563 Ratings: 2.80 Votes: 5 Rate/Vote It Added: 20-Oct-2006

Wabash Valley Railroaders Museum
Address: PO Box 323, Clinton, INDIANA, 47842 USA. Tel.: (765) 832-9117 Toll Free:
Haley Tower Historical & Technical Society, Inc, is an accredited non-profit organization dedicated to the goal of preserving and displaying materials and information related to the railroads of the greater Wabash Valley area. We operate the Wabash Valley Railroader's Museum near the former location of Haley Tower. The Museum is open May through October on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 P.M. Featured at this museum are two interlocking towers that have been saved and are undergoing preservation and restoration.
Hits: 3375 Ratings: 6.50 Votes: 6 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002


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