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Total railroad museums in WISCONSIN: 8 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Colfax Railroad Museum, Inc.
Address: 500 Railroad Avenue, Colfax, WISCONSIN, 54730 USA. Tel.: 715-962-2076 Toll Free:
Fifteen pieces of rolling stock from upper midwest railroads is on display. The depot museum houses the nation's largest public display of dining car china, along with extensive displays of lanterns, uniforms, maps, signs, signals, and other railroadiana. The museum also has a large book and video collection for research.
Hits: 133 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 5-Dec-2012

East Troy Electic Railroad Museum
Address: PO Box 943, East Troy, WISCONSIN, 53120 USA. Tel.: 262-642-3263 Toll Free:
Built in 1907 by the Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company, it continues in its 95th year as a living shortline as well as a museum. The East Troy Electric Railroad is a standard gauge, common carrier railroad, operating in interchange with the Wisconsin Central Lines. Its reporting mark is METW, representing Municipality of East Troy Wisconsin, reflecting its former ownership. It was built in 1906-7 by the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company, TMER&L, as part of their 200-mile system of streetcar and interurban service. East Troy was the terminus of one line that ran from Milwaukee. This segment survived the abandonment of the rest of the East Troy line owing to a need for freight service to sustain the industries located in the town.
Hits: 2179 Ratings: 5.67 Votes: 6 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Nov-2002

Fennimore Railroad Historical Society Museum
Address: 610 Lincoln Ave., Fennimore, WISCONSIN, 53809 USA. Tel.: 608-822-6319,608-822-6144 Toll Free:
The Fennimore Railroad Historical Society Museum, home of the "Dinky", is located at Fennimore, Wisconsin, in the former city power house and utility building. The building has been remodeled inside and out to resemble a depot of the turn-of-the-century. The replica loading platform is laid with brick from the original depot using just sand and brick --- the way it was originally built. a 1907 Davenport 2-6-0 locomotive was obtained through the efforts of the members of the Fennimore Railroad Historical Society.
Hits: 1799 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Mid-Continent Railway & Museum
Address: P.O. Box 358, E8948 Diamond Hill Rd., North Freedom, WISCONSIN, 53951 USA. Tel.: 608-522-4261 Toll Free: 800-930-1385
The Mid-Continent is an outdoor, living museum and operating railroad recreating the small town/short line way of life during the "Golden Age of Railroading," spanning the years 1880-1916, with operating trains, educational exhibits, and displays of restored rolling stock. Mid-Continent has operated at North Freedom, Wisconsin since 1963. Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc. is the parent organization to Mid-Continent Railway (the operating railroad) and Mid-Continent Railway Museum (the museum arm). The Mid-Continent Railway Museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the railroad legacy for the educational benefit of the general public. Its primary focus shall be on railroading of the Upper Midwest during the Golden Age of Railroading, 1880-1916.
Hits: 3194 Ratings: 6.60 Votes: 5 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

Milwaukee Road Caboose at Logan Mill Lodge
Address: 106 2nd Street E, Westby, WISCONSIN, 54667 USA. Tel.: 608-634-6207 Toll Free:
Living Museum of Railroad and Agricultural History. The original Ben Logan Feedmill has been rennovated into 3 Vacation Rental Condos and a conference center. Restored Milwaukee Road Caboose & Replicated Depot located on back side of the lodge where the train used to run from the 1800's thru 1979. Authentic sestoration of caboose inside and out. Railroad and Ag history displays in lodge and caboose/depot.
Hits: 464 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 30-Jun-2010

National Railroad Museum
Address: 2285 South Broadway St., Green Bay, WISCONSIN, 54304 USA. Tel.: (920) 437-7623 Toll Free:
The mission of the National Railroad Museum is to collect and preserve the equipment, artifacts and historical material associated with railroading. Through educational, innovative and entertaining methods, the museum will exhibit, display and interpret the history and significance of railroading. During the 1960s and '70s, the emphasis was on acquiring equipment. Today there are more than 75 pieces of rolling stock in the collection. The Museum was run by the Green Bay Area visitor & Convention Bureau from 1979 until 1985, when the Board resumed control and a capital campaign raised money to build the reception center & do restorations.
Hits: 3186 Ratings: 4.75 Votes: 12 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway
Address: 114 Depot Road, Osceola, WISCONSIN, 54020 USA. Tel.: 715.755.3570 Toll Free:
The Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway operates a regular weekend & holiday schedule, as well as brunch, dinner, and pizza trains on vintage railway equipment between Minnesota and Wisconsin through the scenic St. Croix River Valley spring, summer, and fall. The railway is also available for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, even business functions! Call the depot to purchase tickets or visit us online to purchase tickets.
Hits: 1068 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 16-Jun-2006

Riverside & Great Northern Railway Museum
Address: N115 Conty Road, N Wisconsin Dells, WISCONSIN, 53965 USA. Tel.: 608-254-6367 Toll Free:
Our new museum area is nearing completion. It will have an interactive display about an early 1900's machine shop.
Hits: 2046 Ratings: 4.33 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 21-Jul-2004



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