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Total railroad museums in TENNESSEE: 12 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Address: 157 SOUTH MAIN ST., BULLS GAP, TENNESSEE, 37711 USA. Tel.: 4232311703 Toll Free:
we have alot of railroad history in our museum from the people tat work on the southern railway in east tennessee.
Hits: 1529 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 5-Jun-2010

Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum
Address: 56 Casey Jones Lane, Jackson, TENNESSEE, 38305 USA. Tel.: 731-668-1222 Toll Free:
Historic 1890's home of America's railroad legend, Casey Jones. All aboard for family fun as you tour his home and climb aboard a 130 ton replica of #382. The official gift shop, The Casey Jones Train Store, is adjacent to the Home. Located in Casey Jones Village, one of Tennessee's Top 10 Travel Attractions and home of the award winning Brooks Shaw's Old Country Store restaurant. One hour east of Memphis on Interstate 40 at exit 80A. Open daily. Group tours welcome. The Best Whistlestop between Memphis & Nashville!
Hits: 2283 Ratings: 7.50 Votes: 4 Rate/Vote It Added: 15-Apr-2006

Cookeville Depot Museum
Address: 116 W. Broad St., Cookeville, TENNESSEE, 38501 USA. Tel.: (931) 528-8570 Toll Free:
Originally built in 1909, the Cookeville Depot Museum is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and is the heart of Cookeville's historic Westside District. The museum houses many Tennessee Central Railway artifacts, as well as an HO scale replica of what Cookeville's Westside looked like in the summer of 1955. On the other side of the diorama is a replica of a coal tipple with a model train loading up with coal. The grounds surrounding the museum are considered a park area where the museum has a static display consisting of a 1913 Baldwin steam engine, a 1920's classic red caboose, a 1960's caboose, and two small track cars. This area also offers two picnic tables and a number of benches for visitors.
Hits: 385 Ratings: 6.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Mar-2013

Cowan Railroad Museum
Address: 108 S. Front Street, Cowan, TENNESSEE, 37318-0053 USA. Tel.: 931-967-3078 Toll Free:
Volunteer-operated railroad museum located in a century-old depot in historic downtown Cowan, a small Tennessee town built by steam and steel. Museum features an impressive collection of railroad relics and antiques, two model railroad layouts, and a rare Porter 2-4-2 locomotive on display. Free admission (donations gladly accepted). Located on an active CSX mainline known as the Cowan Pusher District.
Hits: 2329 Ratings: 6.33 Votes: 6 Rate/Vote It Added: 23-Nov-2003

Etowah Depot Museum
Address: 727 Tennessee Ave SOUTH, Etowah, TENNESSEE, 37331 US. Tel.: (423) 263-7840 Toll Free:
The Depot, a two-story Victorian railroad station, was the first building erected in the town. Downstairs exhibits tell the story of the town and its relationship to the railroad. An upstairs gallery offers changing exhibits. Visitors can look out the upstairs windows and watch trains switching in a still active rail yard. Home to the “Hiwassee River Rail Adventure,” a train excursion ticket office is also located in the building. The front lawn is home to scores of community fest.
Hits: 163 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 7-Jan-2015

Little River Railroad & Lumber Company Museum
Address: PO Box 211, Townsend, TENNESSEE, 37882 USA. Tel.: 865-448-0226 Toll Free:
The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company is a non-profit corporation founded in 1982 to preserve the heritage of the the Little River Lumber Company and the Little River Railroad. We operate a museum in Townsend, Tennessee, collecting, preserving and exhibiting the history of these companies, and of the people in this region. Our mission is to preserve the history of the Little River Railroad and the Little River Lumber Company. The larger artifacts, including Shay 2147, a vintage caboose (L&N Class NE "Little Woody"), two vintage flatcars, a portable Frick steam engine, and one of the original "setoff" houses (used for logging families in the mountains), are displayed on the grounds.
Hits: 2421 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Lynnville Railroad Museum
Address: P.O. Box 156, Lynnville, TENNESSEE, 38472 USA. Tel.: 931-527-3700 Toll Free:
The Lynnville Railroad Museum is proud to be playing a part in the preservation of that history as well as honoring those who served, and still serve us today on our naition's railroads. The depot displays an ever growing collection of railroad memorabilia. Almost everything from track laying tools to old railroad watches, has been donated by local people with a special link to railroad history. An operating HO scale model railroad depicts Lynnville as it was in the 1930's when the L & N moved passengers as well as freight.
Hits: 2137 Ratings: 7.33 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Memphis Railroad and Trolley Museum
Address: 545 South Main, Suite 121, Memphis, TENNESSEE, 38103 USA. Tel.: 901-590-3099 Toll Free:
The Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum is dedicated to document the local history of Railroad and the Memphis Trolleys. The museum provides static exhibits as well as video documentation and railroad model diaoramas. Museum is located on the ground floor of the Central Station in Memphis, Tennessee, USA.
Hits: 616 Ratings: 8.00 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Oct-2012

Monterey Depot Museum
Address: One East Depot Street, Monterey, TENNESSEE, 38574 USA. Tel.: (931) 839-2111 Toll Free:
Open Monday-Saturday, 18 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sunday, 1 p.m. -4 p.m. Features rail and transportation history in the Upper Cumberland area of Tennessee.
Hits: 89 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 2-Feb-2014

Southern Appalachia Railway Museum
Address: P.O. Box 5870, Knoxville, TENNESSEE, 37928 USA. Tel.: (865) 241-2140 Toll Free:
The Southern Appalachia Railway Museum (SARM) is a non-profit organization located in Knoxville, Tennessee, dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and operation of historical railroad equipment, and the preservation of the railroad history of the Southern Appalachia Region. The club sponsors the operation of the Secret City Scenic excursion train in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Hits: 3364 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

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