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Total railroad museums in MISSOURI: 6 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Chicago & Alton 1879 Railroad Depot
Address: 318 West Pacific Street, Independence, Missouri, MISSOURI, 64051 USA. Tel.: 816-325-7955 Toll Free:
The 2 story restored and furnished depot contains three rooms on the first floor which are the waiting room, agents room, & baggage room. On the 2nd floor, 4 rooms, kitchen, dining, bedroom & parlor which were formerly the station agents residence. Each is furnished in the period 1879. An display room contains C&A artifacts. Hundreds of C&A collectables are found throughout the depot.
Hits: 1181   Ratings: 4.00   Votes: 8   Rate/Vote It   Added: 3-Jan-2005

Depot Inn and Suites
Address: 1245 North Brown Street, LaPlata, MISSOURI, 63549 USA. Tel.: 660.332.4669 Toll Free: 888.814.3669
Railroad themed hotel extensively decorated with rail memorabilia of all kinds. New May 2006.
Hits: 624   Ratings: 1.00   Votes: 2   Rate/Vote It   Added: 28-Jul-2006

Frisco Railroad Museum
Address: 543 E Commercial St., Springfield, MISSOURI, 65803 USA. Tel.: 417-866-7573 Toll Free:
The museum was founded by Alan Schmitt to preserve artifacts and information about the Saint Louis and San Francisco (SLSF) Railroad. The museum has most of the Frisco archives and offers the information to its members through the research service.
Hits: 2046   Ratings: 2.50   Votes: 14   Rate/Vote It   Added: 3-Dec-2002

Katy Depot Railroad Heritage Museum
Address: 600 East Third, sedalia, MISSOURI, 65301 USA. Tel.: 660-826-2222 Toll Free: 800-827-5295
The Sedalia Katy Depot, built in 1896 by the Missouri Kansas Texas Railway (Katy), houses the Railroad Heritage Exhibit which uses Railroading as the unifying thread in Sedalia’s history. The story of the railroads, and their role in the development of our community, state and nation are related through ideas, objects and experiences. Sedalia is a product of the railroad. For more than a century Sedalia’s history and fortunes were tied to railroads. Railroads brought urbanindustrial culture to Sedalia and rural Central Missouri. The Katy Depot is both a symbol and an artifact of this story.
Hits: 1494   Ratings: 1.00   Votes: 1   Rate/Vote It   Added: 18-Oct-2003

Museum of Transportation
Address: 3815 Barrett Station Rd., St. Louis, MISSOURI, 63122 USA. Tel.: (314) 965-6885 Toll Free:
Your chance to explore one of the largest collections of transportation vehicles in the world, including our star attractions - over seventy real locomotives representing the rail power that built America. You'll also find intriguing cars, fire trucks, buses, and trolleys dating back to the turn of the century. We think you'll find a stroll through our museum to be a fascinating journey back through the pages of history. Bring your family for a personal visit soon.
Hits: 2994   Ratings: 4.77   Votes: 14   Rate/Vote It   Added: 27-Nov-2002

Railroad Historical Museum of Springfield Missouri
Address: 1300 North Grant, Springfield, MISSOURI, 65805 USA. Tel.: 417-882-9106 Toll Free:
We are a non profit museum displaying artifacts and static railroad rolling stock,locomotive,baggage car,commuter car and caboose.
Hits: 1552   Ratings: 7.00   Votes: 3   Rate/Vote It   Added: 9-Nov-2005



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