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Tourist Railroads and Railway Museums USA

Searchable directory of Tourist Railroads, Railway Museums, Excursion Trains and other railroad attractions in the United States.

Tourist Railroads and Railway Museums USA Subcategories:

Midwest USA (162 links)
  Illinois
  Indiana
  Iowa
  Kansas
  Michigan
  Minnesota
  Missouri
  Nebraska
  North Dakota
  Ohio
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Northeast USA (140 links)
  Connecticut
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  Massachusetts
  New Hampshire
  New Jersey
  New York
  Pennsylvania
  Rhode Island
  Vermont
Pacific Coast USA (119 links)
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  Washington
Rocky Mountains USA (42 links)
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Southeast USA (125 links)
  Alabama
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  Florida
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Southwest USA (42 links)
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Maryland - Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum
Hagerstown, MD - The Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the city's railroad heritage and to the men and women who made Hagerstown the Hub City. The Hagerstown Roundhouse was lost when it was taken down in March of 1999.

The 25-stall roundhouse, shops and storage buildings were completed by 1939. This complex was in operation for more than 50 years building, maintaining and repairing Western Maryland Railroad locomotives and cars.

The goal of this website is to extend this rich history to you. While we hope you enjoy browsing our website, we welcome you to visit the museum on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Info: URL: https://roundhouse.org/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Maryland - Marion Station Railroad Museum & Gift Shoppe
Marion, MD - Restored PRR Passenger Station The Marion Station was purchased in April of 1997 by John & Kathy Poulson with the sole intention of creating office space, with little regard for the heritage surrounding the railroads role in the economy of Marion. As they stripped away layers of changes made by previous owners, a new sense of reverence for what this building once stood for began to emerge. They soon became enthusiastic about restoring rather than renovating. The construction project soon became their personal archeological site, uncovering old bottles,PRR inkwells, rubber stamps, Railway Express Agency and Adams Express Money Order Signs, brass baggage tags, wax seal and numerous receipts, money orders, baggage tickets from as early as 1898
Info: URL: http://trainweb.com/marionstation/ (Added: 24-Sep-2000)
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Maryland - Maryland Rail Heritage Library
Baltimore, MD - The Maryland Rail Heritage Library is a joint archive of both the Baltimore Chapter NRHS and the Baltimore Streetcar Museum. It resides on the second floor of the Visitors Center of the Streetcar Museum.

The Library houses thousands of books on railroad and transit subjects, as well as hundreds of thousands of periodicals, photographs, slides, drawings, company publications, videos, movies, timetables, newsletters, and other resources of interest and use to railroad historians, researchers, and railfans. The focus and emphasis on the archive collections is on the railroads, trolleys, and rail transit systems of Maryland and immediate surrounding states, but the scope of the collection is worldwide.

Info: URL: https://www.baltimorenrhs.org/maryland-rail-heritage-library/ (Added: 16-Feb-2014)
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Maryland - National Capital Trolley Museum
Silver Spring, MD - The National Capital Trolley Museum was founded in 1959 after the abandonment of streetcar service in the District of Columbia had become a certainty. The Museum opened to the public in 1969 at its present location in Northwest Branch Park in Montgomery County, Maryland. The Museum's mission is to preserve and interpret the history of Washington's electric street railways. The Museum holds its collections in trust for the public and is accountable to the public it serves.
Info: URL: https://www.dctrolley.org/ (Added: 23-Jan-1999)
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Maryland - Sudlersville Train Station
Sudlersville, MD - The historic Sudlersville Train Station was purchased in 1987 and restored by the Sudlersville Community Betterment Club (SCBC). This Club was established in 1916 by members of the Town of Sudlersville, Maryland, who were interested in preserving the heritage of the Town and sought to improve the quality of life for its citizens. Today, the station is a museum displaying artifacts of the Town of Sudlersville and surrounding area, railroad history and memorabilia of a notable former resident, National Baseball Hall of Fame's, Jimmie Foxx
Info: URL: http://www.sudlersvillemuseum.org/ (Added: 1-Nov-2016)
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Maryland - The Bowie Railroad Museum
Bowie, MD - The Bowie Tower is the home of the National Railroad Historical Society's Martin O'Rourke Railroad Research Library.

The Bowie Railroad Museum complex and the O'Rourke Library are open to the public according to the hours listed below and for groups of 10 or more by appointment. The station is accessible for people with disabilities. Admission is free; donations are welcomed.

Info: URL: https://www.cityofbowie.org/293/Bowie-Railroad-Museum (Added: 1-Nov-2016)
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Maryland - Walkersville Southern Railroad
Walkersville, MD - Welcome! All aboar-r-rd for a trip back in time . . . on the Walkersville Southern. Travel over track that the Pennsylvania Railroad originally built in 1872. Come see our turn-of-the- century railroad station and tool house. Ride in vintage 1920s passenger cars or on an open flatcar as your rail excursion runs past a 100-year-old lime kiln, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country. Whether it is a scenic excursion for the whole family or a romantic dinner for two, we have something for everyone. You will find history and adventure on the Walkersville Southern. We operate regular trains on weekends May through October, with charters and special trains all year. The regular excursion is about one hour and 10 minutes.
Info: URL: http://wsrr.org/ws/ (Added: 7-Sep-1999)
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Maryland - Western Maryland Railway Museum
Union Bridge, MD - he Western Maryland Railway Historical Society is one of the few organizations of its kind to own and operate its own museum. This affords members and the public alike the unique opportunity to enjoy and study our collection to its best advantage. It also serves as a focal point for Society activities and events.

The Museum complex houses our extensive collection of WM artifacts and memorabilia, a voluminous photo archive, archival material directly from the Western Maryland Railway, and an extensive railroader's library featuring historical and technical publications about the WM and other roads of the region. Major exhibits include the caller's boards from Hagerstown, Md., and Ridgeley, W.Va., and the CTC panel for most of the Lurgan Subdivision.

Integral parts of the organization are model railroad layouts. A permanent N-scale layout, which represents the Union Bridge to the Twin Bridges (west of Thurmont) section of the East Subdivision of the Western Maryland Railway in the 1950s, is housed in the Museum. There is also a 4 x 16 foot HO scale layout on display in the depot building.

The organization also supports the modular group's HO-scale layout. This group has built and continues to build numerous intercon­nected modules depicting scenes along the former Western Maryland Railway. The modu­lar group represents the Society at train shows and certain Society and community events. The layout can be as large as 30 x 70 feet.

Info: URL: http://www.westernmarylandrhs.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Maryland - Western Maryland Scenic Railroad
Cumberland, MD - Mountain Thunder is more than a nickname! It's the perfect way to describe the experience offered by the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad! Our restored early 20th century rolling stock steams through the mountains of Western Maryland on a stunning 32 mile round trip between Cumberland and Frostburg from May through December.
Info: URL: https://wmsr.com/ (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Maryland - Western Maryland Scenic Railway
Cumberland, MD - Travel back through time aboard our restored diesel locomotive on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. You'll climb through the Allegheny Mountains on the Western Maryland #501, a GP30 built in the 1960's, easily recognizable due to its high profile and stepped cab roof, unique among American locomotives. A narrator will be on-board to provide you with interesting historical facts and significant cultural locations along the route to Frostburg.
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