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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)
  North Dakota
  South Dakota
Northeast USA (141 links)
  New Hampshire
  New Jersey
  New York
  Rhode Island
Pacific Coast USA (119 links)
Rocky Mountains USA (44 links)
Southeast USA (125 links)
  North Carolina
  South Carolina
  Washington DC
  West Virginia
Southwest USA (42 links)
  New Mexico

There are 637 links in this category

New York - North Creek Depot
Warren, NY - The North Creek Depot Museum is a Theodore Roosevelt Historic Site, and tells the exciting History and Heritage of the Gore Mountain Region, through its exhibits and model train diorama. An experience not to be missed.

Listed on the State and National Registrar, the North Creek Railroad Station Complex is located in the Hamlet of North Creek in the Town of Johnsburg, Warren County, New York. It is in the southeast portion of the Adirondack Forest Preserve with more or less rural lands to the south and east. The railroad line hugs the western shore of the Hudson River, traversing North Creek on its way to Tahawus. The station complex is at the northern end of the hamlet on the West Bank of the Hudson.

Info: URL: http://www.northcreekdepotmuseum.com/ (Added: 18-Aug-2000)
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New York - Oswego Railroad Museum
Oswego, NY - The Oswego Railroad Museum is dedicated to the historic preservation of railroad history in the Oswego County area.

This is depicted in an H.O. layout along with various static displays. It is sponsored by the Oswego Valley Railroad Association Inc. and is maintained by the members of the club and various volunteers. The museum is located in the city of Oswego on West First St. near the H. Lee White Maritime Museum.

Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/Oswegovalleyrailroadassn/ (Added: 7-Jun-2012)
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New York - Oyster Bay Railroad Museum
The mission of the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum (OBRM) is to heighten public awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the railroad's role in our heritage, and to increase public understanding of rail technology and its impact on Long Island life. The OBRM will collect, preserve, and interpret the railroad heritage of Long Island for future generations.

In October 1990, a dedicated group of volunteers began to clean and paint steam Locomotive #35, located in Mitchell Field and which had fallen victim to vandalism. This enthusiastic group persevered in their efforts and, in time, became known as the Locomotive #35 Restoration Committee, a volunteer group under the jurisdiction of the Nassau County Parks Department.

In 2006, the group reincorporated as the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum, a 501c-3 educational, not-for-profit corporation. With a new name that better reflected its true mission, the organization continued to strive toward the formation of a first class railroad museum in the hamlet of Oyster Bay.

Info: URL: http://www.obrm.org/ (Added: 25-Oct-2016)
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New York - Rail City Historical Museum
Sandy Creek, NY - The Rail City Historical Museum is a museum of a museum. It houses a static display of thousands of steam-era railroad photographs and memorabilia from a multitude of railroads as well as the complete history of Rail City Museum during its construction and operation from 1952 to 1974. The museum is located in the former New York Central Railroad station from Deer River, NY. Built in 1873, it was one of many original railroad structures dismantled and reconstructed by Dr. Groman at the site of Rail City Museum. After 21 years of neglect following the closing of Rail City Museum in 1974, the former Deer River Station was renovated in 1995 and re-opened as the Rail City Historical Museum in 1997
Info: URL: http://www.railcitymuseum.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - Railroad Museum of the Niagara Frontier
Tonawnda, NY - A project of the Niagara Frontier Chapter, NRHS. The Erie's restored 1922 North Tonawanda freight depot holds artifacts and is a tribute to the days when Buffalo was the railroad hub of America.
Info: URL: http://www.railroadniagara.com (Added: 15-Dec-2005)
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New York - Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum
Welcome to the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum in Industry, NY. This is your official place to get information about our museum and its collection.
Info: URL: http://www.rgvrrm.org/ (Added: 15-Jul-2000)
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New York - Salamanca Rail Museum
The Salamanca Rail Museum's building was constructed in 1912 by the Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh Railroad, B.R.&.P) as a passenger station in downtown Salamanca on Main Street. This station was built for passengers in the down town area of Salamanca so they wouldn't have to travel as far to get to the East Salamanca Station on the Eastern end of the city. The B.R.&.P. was bought out by the Baltimore and Ohio (B.&.O) in 1928. The short line between the two stations was kept open through the years of passenger service, until services were ended in 1956 as the passenger service came to an end. The Station was then closed up shortly after. In 1980 the station was then re-opened after standing still in time for over 20 years, and is now open to the public as a museum displaying the three major railroads that came the the city of Salamanca, The B&O/BR&P, The Erie railroad, and the Pennsylvania railroad along with many other artifacts that members and guests have donated to the museum over time from diffrent railroads around the area and those of which came through the city. These artifacts range from paper work of those who worked for the railroads, to Bagage Carts and a Track Speeder. All of which are on display at our Museum. Our Museum also has on display several Rail Cars that are open to the public for viewing, as we have a wooden plaform between these cars for easier access to view. These cars consist of Two Box cars, Three Cabooses, and One Maint. of way box car. These three cabooses are from the railroads Pittsburgh and West Virginia, the Baltimore and Ohio, and The Pennsylvania railroads. The Maint. of Way Box car is from teh Erie Railroad, and our two box cars are from The Penn Central railroad and the Eria Lakawana railroad.

Our Pittsburgh and West Virginia caboose has a working coal stove that we fire up on weekends on cold days for guests to see it in working condition as a member of our staff is there to provide a tour through our cars.

Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/Salamanca-Rail-Museum-171739779583682/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum
Schoharie, NY - In 1974, SCHA transported the last remaining vehicle of the Middleburgh and Schoharie Railroad to Depot Lane from the Middleburgh flats where it had been since 1936. The restored 1891 passenger car is now on display for visitors along with a restored 1917 wooden caboose donated to the organization by the Bridgeline Historical Society. In addition, SCHA was able to transport two period box cars and a flat bed to the site. The museum also includes a 1920 scale model of buildings, cars and terrain of the area served by the Middleburgh and Schoharie Railroad.
Info: URL: http://schany.org/railroad.html (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - Southeast Museum
Brewster, NY - Established in 1963, the Southeast Museum offers exhibits on the history of the Town of Southeast, including the early American Circus, the Harlem Line Railroad, the Tilly Foster Mine, the Borden Milk Condensery, and the Croton Reservoir System.

In addition, the museum presents various changing exhibits, drawing on its extensive collection of antique farm and household implements, quilts, clothing and assorted Americana reflecting 19th century material culture. The museum is located on Main Street, Brewster in one of Putnam County's largest landmarked buildings, the 1896 Old Town Hall, which is listed n the National Register of Historic Places.

Info: URL: https://www.southeastmuseum.org/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - The New York Museum of Transportation
Rush, NY - The New York Museum of Transportation is a unique resource providing a wealth of historical information for students and hours of delight and education for visitors of all ages. Through our historic vehicles and photographs, track car rides and model railroad displays, research library and gift shop, the museum's dedicated volunteers honor our area's transportation history, bringing it to life for today's visitors and preserving it for the future.

Located at 6393 East River Road, in the Rochester suburb of Rush, the New York Museum of Transportation is open all year, on Sundays only, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Info: URL: http://www.nymtmuseum.org/ (Added: 6-Dec-1998)
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