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Age of Steam Railroad Museum
Address: Fair Park, Dallas, TEXAS, 75210 USA. Tel.: (214) 428-0101 Toll Free:
See and explore the trains that helped build our city and the nation. The Age of Steam is preserved in an interpretive display which includes Dallas' oldest depot, once the center of activity in the young little town. The Age of Steam has been preserved in a hands-on interpretive history museum for students of all ages. Over 30 historic pieces of equipment are on display, along with Dallas' oldest surviving depot. Several rare and unique examples of early diesel-electric locomotives are also represented in this superlative exhibit. Instead of finding a collection of artifacts behind glass, you will actually become part of the setting as you climb aboard trains that are almost frozen in.
Hits: 6368 Ratings: 4.88 Votes: 9 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Nov-2002

Allen Heritage Center Depot & Museum
Address: 100 E. Main Street, Allen, TX, TEXAS, 75002 USA. Tel.: 972-396-8546 Toll Free:
Historical Photographic Collages: Agriculture Churches Commerce Early families Homes Military Schools Trains Transportation DVD Programs Running: History of Allen Sam Bass Stone Dam Interurban St. Mary Baptist Church Allen Telephone Company For directions to our location, enter your starting point in the form below and click the "Get Directions" button. A new window will open displaying a map with directions. Get Directions To: 100 East Main Street Allen TX 75002 USA Starting From: Street Address City State Postal Code Permanent Transportation and Train Displays
Hits: 565 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 19-Apr-2011

Burlington-Rock Island Railroad Museum
Address: 208 S. Third St., Teague, TEXAS, 75860 USA. Tel.: 254-739-2408 Toll Free:
This building is a step back in time. The charm of the railroad and the people who developed the area are evident in every room. The first floor of this building was used for the depot and rooms included the rotunda, ticket office, one waiting room for white women, one waiting room for white men, a Negro waiting room and ticket office, a baggage room, a dining room (Vannoy Restaurant), a kitchen and three rest rooms. The second floor housed the general railroad offices for the superintendent, the roadmaster, the trainmaster, division engineer, dispatchers and clerks. Special arrangements can be made for other times if you call in advance. See bottom of this page for a list of special displays and links to photos.
Hits: 2890 Ratings: 2.00 Votes: 4 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Nov-2002

Galveston Island Railroad Museum
Address: 25 St Strand, Galveston, TEXAS, 77550 USA. Tel.: (409)765-5700 Toll Free:
Preserves Galveston Island's rich railroad heritage, the Art Deco Union Passenger Depot, and contributes to the revitalization of the Strand Historical District, a Nationally recognized architectural treasure. With generous support from The Moody Foundation, the Museum acquired engines and rolling stock from various locations, including a vintage Houston and Texas Central (Southern Pacific) 4-6-0 which may have made runs to and from Galveston Island at one time. The Museum has an important story to tell -- the birth of railroading in Texas. And it is a story that Museum intends to preserve for future generations.
Hits: 2987 Ratings: 5.67 Votes: 9 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

Gulf Coast Railroad Museum
Address: 7390 Mesa Rd., Houston, TEXAS, 77028 USA. Tel.: 713-631-6612 Toll Free:
Our mission statement: To preserve, enjoy and share with the public the memory, history and experience of railroading, particularly Texas railroading, as it has been and as it is now. Gulf Coast Chapter - NRHS strives to fulfill its mission at the Gulf Coast Railroad Museum. The museum, open every weekend from April to November, features an interesting collection of railroad locomotives, cars and other artifacts, as well as a model railroad and research library.
Hits: 3289 Ratings: 1.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Rail Way Museum of San Angelo
Address: 703 S. Chadbourne, San Angelo, TEXAS, 76903 USA. Tel.: 325-486-2140 Toll Free:
Housed in historic Orient/Santa Fe Depot the museum house a wealth of history of rail roading in the wild West Texas area by the KCM&O and the Santa Fe. Out door display includes 2 engines and 2 cars. Indoors also includes 5 model rail road layouts of the line. Open Saturdays from 10 to 4 and anytime for group tours. Santa's Santa Fe Christmas runs every Friday and Saturday night 6 to 9 in Dec.
Hits: 958 Ratings: 7.67 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 6-Nov-2007

Rosenberg Railroad Museum
Address: P.O. Box 607, Rosenberg, TX, TEXAS, 77471 USA. Tel.: 281-633-2846 Toll Free:
General railroad history of Fort Bend County, Texas and surrounding area. 1879 business car. Two semaphores undergoing restoration. Tower 17, last interlocker in Texas, to be retired and moved to the property in 2004.
Hits: 1608 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 5-Feb-2004

Rosenberg Railroad Museum
Address: 1921 Avenue F, Rosenberg, TEXAS, 77471 USA. Tel.: 281-633-2846 Toll Free:
Dedicated to preserving the rail history of Fort Bend County and the surrounding area. Gallery exhibits feature photos, documents, and artifacts, an 1879 executive railcar, and 1903 interlocking Tower 17. The museum is adjacent to the busy UP and BNSF tracks. Hours of operation are Tues-Saturday 10-5 and Sun 1-5. Adults-$2.00, seniors 55+-$1.50, children 4-14-$1.00.
Hits: 1639 Ratings: 9.00 Votes: 6 Rate/Vote It Added: 24-Apr-2005

Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum
Address: 315 West Avenue B, Temple, TEXAS, 76501 USA. Tel.: 254-298-5172 Toll Free:
The Railroad and Heritage Museum was founded in 1973 to collect, preserve and exhibit the history of the railroads and local history of Central Texas.
Hits: 816 Ratings: 8.00 Votes: 4 Rate/Vote It Added: 4-Nov-2012

Texas State Railroad State Park
Address: PO Box 39, Rusk, TEXAS, 75785 USA. Tel.: 903-683-2561 Toll Free: 800-442-8951
Texas State Railroad State Park, 499 acres, is located in Anderson and Cherokee Counties, between the Cities of Palestine and Rusk. The railroad was acquired by Legislative Act in 1971 and was restored by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, with help from the Texas Department of Corrections, and was opened to the public in 1976. The goal of the Texas State Railroad State Historical Park is to offer its visitors a well-rounded educational experience. Along with the historic train excursions, the TSRR provides a wide variety of educational and entertainment programs.
Hits: 4049 Ratings: 3.67 Votes: 12 Rate/Vote It Added: 4-Dec-2002

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