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Total railroad museums in MONTANA: 3 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Livingston Depot Museum
Address: 200 West Park Street, Livingston, MONTANA, 59047 USA. Tel.: 406-222-2300 Toll Free:
The Livingston Depot is a beautifully restored 1902 Northern Pacific station operating as a railroad museum typically from late May to mid September. It presents the rich history of railroading in Montana and Livingston, the original gateway to Yellowstone beginning in the 1880s. Exhibits include “Rails Across the Rockies”, “The Livingston Depot in History and Architecture”, “Film in Montana” and a new special exhibit each year. The ornate complex, designed by the original architects for Grand Central Station, is almost an exhibit in itself. The model railroad club meets in the basement, trains pass daily, and the museum was listed in USA Today’s “10 Great Places to Cherish our Choo-Choo Heritage”.
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Ther Heritage Museum (JN&HML RR)
Address: 1367 US Hwy 2 South, Libby, MONTANA, 59923 USA. Tel.: 406293-7521 Toll Free:
The Heritage Museum, while not a single purpose railroad museum, is developing a rail program to research, record and commemorate local and NW logging railroad heritage. We will have our historic 1906 J. Neils #4 logging Shay #1643 operating by its centennial on 8 March 2007. We acquired, moved to our railyard and partially refurbished the historic J. Neils Lumber Co. locomotive shed to use as a repair facility for our beloved "Old Four Spot". Contributions to this historic project are graciously received.
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Wibaux, Montana Museum
Address: 112 East Orgain Avenue, Wibaux, MONTANA, 59353 USA. Tel.: (406) 796-6455 Toll Free:
While we are not just a Railroad Museum, we have numerous Railroad artifacts. Not the least of which are, one of the Montana Centennial Train Cars which presently holds all of our RR artifacts; and we are working on a BN caboose (originally CB&Q). The caboose may become our home for our Railroad displays. We are the Wibaux, Montana Museum. We are quite aware here that this town owes its existence to the NP.
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