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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
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  Michigan
  Minnesota
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Northeast USA (140 links)
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Pacific Coast USA (119 links)
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Rocky Mountains USA (42 links)
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Southwest USA (42 links)
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Washington - Morton Depot
Morton, WA - Relocation and restoration of the Morton Depot has been a 20 year dream of the Historical Society. Built in 1910, the two story frame building is one of the last of this type of Milwaukee stations in existence today. The advent of the train opened the area to commerce and economic prosperity as well as travel.

The depot exterior restoration project is completed. The depot looks like it did in 1910.

The Depot encourages the business development as the traffic increases. Although Grants have been obtained, matching funds are required. The Morton Depot is owned by the Cowlitz River Valley Historical Society (501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation) and is eligible for the Historic Registry.

Info: URL: http://www.visitmorton.com/visiting/historicmortondepot.html (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Washington - Northern Pacific Railway Museum
Yakima, WA - History: The old 1911 Northern Pacific Railway depot in Toppenish, Washington has been reopened as the Northern Pacific Railway Museum. This depot was closed in 1981 and was boarded up for nearly 10 years before the formation of the Yakima Valley Rail and Steam Museum Association (YVR&S) in 1989. The attempt is being made to recreate the ambience of the 1930 Northern Pacific Railroad. The depot has been restored to its early appearance and gives an opportunity for the visitor to view many aspects of early railroad transportation.
Info: URL: https://nprymuseum.org/ (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Washington - Northwest Railway Museum
Snoqualmie-North Bend, WA - The Northwest Railway Museum operates the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad. This five mile common carrier railroad allows museum visitors to experience a train excursion aboard antique railroad coaches through the Upper Snoqualmie Valley. Trains operate on Saturdays and Sundays from April through October. The Northwest Railway Museum also owns the Historic Snoqualmie Depot, built in 1890. The Snoqualmie Depot is also the home of the Depot Bookstore.
Info: URL: https://www.trainmuseum.org/ (Added: 13-Jan-2000)
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Washington - Parks and Static Displays
Welcome to Washington State Steam Railroads and Locomotives
In Memory of Brian Fritz, 1959 - 2007

This site is a compendium of surviving Washington railroad history presented as a program of the Northwest Railway Museum . Locomotives, cabooses, depots, complete railroads, special museum projects, and even railroad bridges are included on this site.

Info: URL: http://wasteam.railfan.net/ (Added: 11-Oct-1998)
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Washington - Snoqualmie Railroad Days
Snoqualmie, WA - Railroad Days is the annual community festival celebrating our spirit and origins as a railroad and logging town, and the home of the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe. The event is held in Historic Snoqualmie, in and around the Northwest Railway Museum. Volunteer firemen and their wives organized the first festival in 1938, and the popular event is still going strong. Last year about 10,000 visitors attended the festival.
Info: URL: http://www.railroaddays.com/ (Added: 29-Oct-2016)
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Washington - SP&S Railway Museum
Vancouver, WA - The SP&S Railway Museum is located at 1511 Main Street in Vancouver, Washington. The museum features many artifacts from the SP&S Railway, including photographs, lanterns, books, brochures, china, historic documents, and displays of locomotive and other equipment parts. The museum is staffed exclusively by volunteers, most of whom formerly worked for the SP&S Railway.
Info: URL: http://www.spshs.org/res/museum.html (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Washington - Tacoma Rail Heritage Center
Tacoma, WA - Everyone loves a train! Located at Tacoma's historic Freighthouse Square, this new facility will provide an experience for all ages in railroading in Tacoma, Puget Sound and beyond. Look into the fascinating history behind it all, and learn about its importance today in commerce, transportation and careers.

The Tacoma Railroad Heritage Center collects, preserves and interprets Tacoma's railroad history for citizens and visitors by preserving and documenting the contributions that Tacoma railroading has made to the development of the Northwest and the nation.

Info: URL: http://www.railheritage.org/ (Added: 16-Feb-2014)
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Washington - Tenino Depot Museum
Tenino, WA - The sandstone building housing the museum was built in 1914 as a Northern Pacific depot and was active until after WW II. On the main line between Seattle and Portland, eight or nine trains daily stopped here at the height of train travel. In 1965, NP sold it to the town and with the help of a Federal grant, it was moved ten blocks to a city park and converted to a museum.

The building was kept the same as much as possible and now houses the original press used to make the original wood money, along with old logging tools, old quarry tools, railroad memorabilia and many local artifacts, including a 1920s doctor's office.

Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/Tenino-Depot-Museum-873639076016013/ (Added: 7-Jan-1999)
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Washington - Yakima Valley Trolleys
Yakima, WA - Yakima Valley Trolleys operate on the tracks of the former Yakima Valley Transportation Company (YVT) in Yakima, Washington, U.S.A. The YVT is listed on the National Register of Historic Places because it is the last authentic, all-original turn-of-the-century interurban railroad in the United States.
Info: URL: http://www.yakimavalleytrolleys.org/ (Added: 10-Jan-1999)
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West Florida Railroad Museum
Milton, FL - The Museum occupies the L&N Milton combination freight and passenger depot that was built in 1907-09 on the site of the original 1882 P&A depot. The station was closed in 1973, bought by the Santa Rosa Historical Society, and partially restored with a 1976 Bicentennial grant. The Museum moved into the building in 1989 and completed the restoration. Its car displays include L&N Dining Car 2722, Globe Coffee House, a former Pullman sleeper car, renovated into L&N baggage-dormitory car 1652, L&N caboose 1148, Frisco caboose 1102, L&N box car 18050 and L&N flat car 21107. Outbuildings include a bridge tenders house from the Escambia Bay trestle and a section shed with motor car. The Museum houses a wide variety of memorabilia from the L&N, Frisco, and other railroads.

The Museum operates a gift shop in the restored main waiting rooms of the depot which stocks a variety of model railroad kits and supplies, primarily N and HO scale, and also a number of gift souvenir items. Model supplies which are not stocked can be special ordered with short delivery time if the items are available at suppliers. The gift shop carries several books on local railroad history.

Info: URL: https://www.wfrm.org/ (Added: 3-Nov-2016)
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