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Total railroad museums in MICHIGAN: 14 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Steam Railroading Institute
Address: 405 S. Washington St., P.O. Box 665, Owosso, MICHIGAN, MI USA. Tel.: 989-725-9464 Toll Free:
Since 1980 offering 7 acres of hands-on steam era railroading technology in an educational format. Active steam locomotives up to 400 tons operate on occasion. Operating 100 foot turntable in action regularly. Museum houses over 15,000 artifacts. Large "O" scale model train layout. Host for Morse Telegraph Club national communications hub. PM1225 steam locomotive used as the image for the Warner Bros./Tom Hanks motion picture Polar Express. Museum employees contracted as technical advisors for the movie production. See web site for more details and activities.
Hits: 2511 Ratings: 1.02 Votes: 1210 Rate/Vote It Added: 15-Jul-2004

The Henry Ford
Address: 20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn, MICHIGAN, 48124-4088 USA. Tel.: 313-982-6001 Toll Free: 800-835-5237
While not dedicated exclusively to Rail History there is much to see at both the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. The Museum houses many old steam engines, passenger and freight cars including C&O Allegheny #1601 (2-6-6-6). Greenfield Village includes a working steam railroad including Roundhouse , turntable, and 3 stations.
Hits: 1261 Ratings: 0.67 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Mar-2005

Thomas Edison Depot Museum
Address: 1115 6th Street, Port Huron, MICHIGAN, 48060 USA. Tel.: (810) 982-0891 Toll Free:
The Thomas Edison Depot Museum is housed inside the historic Fort Gratiot depot built in 1858 by the Grand Trunk Railway. Trains connecting here carried people and freight between Port Huron and Detroit, Point Edward/Sarnia (Ontario), and other destinations, linking Port Huron to the world. Outside the depot, a restored baggage car rests on a spur of railroad track. Inside this baggage car, visitors discover a re-creation of young Edison's mobile chemistry lab and printing shop. This is also the unique setting for the Museum's gift shop, encouraging visitors to take home part of their experience at the Thomas Edison Depot Museum.
Hits: 1104 Ratings: 1.00 Votes: 2 Rate/Vote It Added: 8-Feb-2005

Thomas Edison Depot Museum
Address: 1115 6th Street, Port Huron, MICHIGAN, 48060 USA. Tel.: (810) 982-0891 Toll Free:
The Thomas Edison Depot Museum is housed inside the historic Fort Gratiot depot built in 1858 by the Grand Trunk Railway. Trains connecting here carried people and freight between Port Huron and Detroit, Point Edward/Sarnia (Ontario), and other destinations, linking Port Huron to the world. Outside the depot, a restored baggage car rests on a spur of railroad track. Inside this baggage car, visitors discover a re-creation of young Edison's mobile chemistry lab and printing shop. This is also the unique setting for the Museum's gift shop, encouraging visitors to take home part of their experience at the Thomas Edison Depot Museum.
Hits: 588 Ratings: 0.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 8-Feb-2005


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