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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.

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Midwest USA (162 links)
  Illinois
  Indiana
  Iowa
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  Michigan
  Minnesota
  Missouri
  Nebraska
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  Ohio
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Northeast USA (140 links)
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  New York
  Pennsylvania
  Rhode Island
  Vermont
Pacific Coast USA (119 links)
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Rocky Mountains USA (42 links)
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  Utah
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Southeast USA (125 links)
  Alabama
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  Florida
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  North Carolina
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Southwest USA (42 links)
  Arizona
  New Mexico
  Oklahoma
  Texas

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Pennsylvania - Portage Station Museum
Portage, PA - The Portage Station Museum is located at the corner of Lee and Washington Streets. This station was built in 1926 and served until 1954 for the Pennsylvania Railroad. The first floor was the ticket office and waiting room and the second floor was for freight. Passengers would exit the building, walk under the concrete arch next to the museum, and climb up a stairway located in the middle of the arch. The stairs would put them at an outdoor waiting area located between the railroad tracks, allowing them to board westbound or eastbound trains. This is clearly depicted by the photograph at the top of the HO scale model of the Portage Railroad. The station currently houses the Portage Area Historical Society.
Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/Portageareahistoricalsociety/ (Added: 1-Nov-2016)
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Pennsylvania - Railroad Hall & the Locomotive
Philadelphia, PA - How often do you get the chance to climb aboard a 350-ton Baldwin steam locomotive? Imagine yourself as the engineer of this massive engine in our simulated train factory. You'll feel the heat of the steam and hear the sounds of the machines as you learn about the science and technology of trains. Learn firsthand how steam and coal powered the first locomotives and discover how diesel, electricity, and magnetic levitation are used to power modern day locomotives to travel longer distances at greater speeds.

This is an authentic learning opportunity for exploring physical science concepts like energy, pressure, friction, and magnetic force. Look for simple machines in the workings of the complex design of the steam locomotive. With propulsion provided by steam, the states of matter are also on vivid display. All aboard! Next stop: The Train Factory!

Info: URL: https://www.fi.edu/exhibit/train-factory (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Pennsylvania - Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
Official site of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, a world-class museum of railroad history in Strasburg, PA, with over 100 locomotives and rail cars, exhibits, archives, library, restoration, and educational program.
Info: URL: https://rrmuseumpa.org/ (Added: 18-Nov-2004)
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Pennsylvania - Reading Railroad Museum
Leesport (Reading), PA - Reading Railroad Museum. You are welcome to visit our museum. Museum displays and the museum store are open Saturdays and Sundays between Memorial Day and Labor Day, from 12-5pm. The museum is located just off State Route 61, at Wall and Canal Streets in Leesport, PA, approximately six miles north of Reading, PA.
Info: URL: http://www.readingrailroad.org/ (Added: 1-Jul-1999)
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Pennsylvania - Rivers of Steel Heritage Area
The Rivers of Steel program builds on the inspiring vision presented in the Steel Industry Heritage Concept Plan, published in 1993. The program described here seeks to preserve and celebrate the story of Big Steel and its related industries. For nearly a century, southwestern Pennsylvania was the powerful hub of this modern industrial epic - one that propelled our nation to world leadership as an industrial giant. Today, the region presents an incomparable opportunity to explore this multifaceted heritage and to open it to tourists and other visitors.
Info: URL: https://riversofsteel.com/ (Added: 22-Sep-2000)
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Pennsylvania - Roadside America, Inc.
Shartlesville, PA - ROADSIDE AMERICA is an unforgettable panorama of life in rural United States. The exhibit spans more than two hundred years in time and lets you see, in exquisite miniature, how people lived and worked in pioneer days … through the years since then … right up to the present.
Info: URL: https://roadsideamerica.co/ (Added: 17-Apr-2000)
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Pennsylvania - Rockhill Trolley Museum
Rockhill Furnace, PA - Rockhill Trolley Museum (Adjacent to the EBT). Ride restored trolleys through the scenic Pennsylvania countryside. Browse through our roster of trolleys. Tour our shops and carbarns and see skilled volunteers restoring trolleys.
Info: URL: http://rockhilltrolley.org/ (Added: 10-Jan-1999)
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Pennsylvania - Shohola Caboose
Shohola, PA - Placed on its current Shohola site on March 19, 1991, #21754 was an 1949 N7 formerly used on the Reading, Penn Central, and Conrail lines. The Shohola Railroad and Historical Society, popularly know as The Caboose Group was formed March 19, 1991 for the specific purpose of preserving and maintaining the Shohola Caboose. When the group's constitution was completed in October of that year, its goal had been expanded to include the preservation of local history and railroad history, especially as it relates to the Shohola area.
Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/CabooseGroup/ (Added: 30-May-2001)
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Pennsylvania - Station Square
Pittsburgh, Pa - Right on the riverfront, right in the heart of the city, historic Station Square has it all. With over eighteen restaurants, including the landmark Grand Concourse Restaurant and Gandy Dancer Saloon Station Square offers a wide variety of cuisines. The shops at Station Square also offers more than 50 unique boutiques and specialty stores. Best views from Bessemer Court and the Riverwalk, from a deluxe guest room at the Sheraton Hotel, and from one of the Gateway Clipper Fleet's cruise ships. All aboard, Station Square is Pittsburgh's place to play!
Info: URL: https://www.stationsquare.com/ (Added: 31-Oct-2016)
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Pennsylvania - Steam Into History
New Freedom, PA - The William H. Simpson #17 is a faithful replica of the Civil War steam locomotive that carried Abraham Lincoln to deliver his now famous Gettysburg Address. These same tracks carried Lincoln's funeral train two years later. Come experience history as you ride in our custom built coaches, pulled by a 1860s replica steam locomotive.

Steam into History, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, educational, charitable organization. We operate a steam train that chronicles the role York County, PA. played in Civil War history and to promote the area as a tourist destination.

Steam into History passengers learn about the railway's role in the growth of small towns along the route and its major contributions to the economic development of York County.

Steam Into History opened June of 2013.

Info: URL: https://www.northerncentralrailway.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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