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Total railroad museums in NEW_MEXICO: 4 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Las Cruces Railroad Museum
Address: 351 N. Mesilla Street, Las Cruces, NEW_MEXICO, 88004 USA. Tel.: (575) 647-4480 Toll Free:
Located in a historic Santa Fe Railroad depot, the Las Cruces Railroad Museum interprets the railroad history of Las Cruces and the impact of the railroad on Southern New Mexico.
Hits: 442 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 24-Oct-2011

New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Railroad Historical Society
Address: PO Box 27270, Albuquerque, NEW_MEXICO, 87125 USA. Tel.: (505) 332-2926 Toll Free:
Our vision is to restore, recreate and operate within New Mexico a historically accurate cross section of the State's railroading heritage from the 1880s to the present. Locomotive 2926 is the centerpiece of that vision. Establish an educational program that creates an Interest, an Awareness and an Appreciation of the importance of railroads from the past to the future.
Hits: 2792 Ratings: 5.50 Votes: 2 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Toy Train Depot
Address: 1991 North White Sands Blvd., Alamogordo, NEW_MEXICO, 88310 USA. Tel.: 505-437-2855 Toll Free: 888-207-3564
Over 8,000 items of railroad memorabilia and model trains of all scales from Z to 4'8.5", housed in an 1898 Southern Pacific Depot. Open year round wednesday through sunday noon to 4:30. Hobby shop with authentic souvenirs. $3 addmission to museum. 16" narrow gauge M.T.C. train ride through Alameda Park is 10 (scale) miles. $3 ride ticket. We have a 12" M.T.C. train for junior engineers to drive, and an engineer qualification program for the 16" trains. We have available guided tours of the Alamogordo/Sacramento Mountain Railway (1898-1948) The steepest standard gauge railroad in the world. 501(c)3 non-profit foundation.
Hits: 995 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 7 Rate/Vote It Added: 18-Jan-2004

Address: PO Box 747, Albuquerque, NEW_MEXICO, 87103 USA. Tel.: 505.243.6269 Toll Free:
The Historic Railroad Buildings of Albuquerque. Dating from the very early 1900's through 1921, the buildings tell the story of the growth and evolution of the Santa Fe Railway. During World War II, their role in the war effort was pivotal, as hundreds of thousands of soldiers and vast amounts of war materials, finished and unfinished, moved through Albuquerque in both directions to support America's two front war. It was in these shops that the monstrous steam engines which pulled these cargos were overhauled and repaired in the shortest possible time.
Hits: 1698 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

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