Many things happen at the museum and around it all year long, For a full description of events, please visit our EVENTS PAGE HERE.
11th Annual Firefighters Children's Mardi Gras Parade 2015
Santa Train 2014
Museum Train Show 2014
The museum held its annual train show on October 4th and 5th featuring various model train layouts, train vendors, and train rides for our visiting public!
Marine Corp league 4th of JUly Parade
This year our member's children had the chance to participate in the Marine Corp League 4th of July Parade. We celebrated Independence day with a "Fourth of July" themed mini-train!
Winter hours begin November 2nd! Museum hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m (Weekdays) & 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday)!
Celebrating 50 Years w/ our Sister City Niigata
Click on the link below to read about the Niitsu Railway Museum in Niigata.
Experienced volunteers needed
The Museum was fortunate to have 2 complete vintage Southern Pacific Wigwags donated to us by the Union Pacific Railroad. Our goal is to have them operational and installed in the museum's parking lot. We are looking for individuals with signal experience to help make this happen. Please contact Morris or Ellen at email@example.com or 409-765-5700.
Happy birthday Morris!
We just celebrated Morris's birthday at the Museum! Did you know that you can have a birthday party at the museum too? Visit our Birthday Party page to find out how!
Seth Thomas Clock Model 2- N.A.W.C.C. Chapter 139
Marcus Bush with the NAWCC Chapter 139 Houston contacted the Museum and offered to donate a very desirable regulator station clock. The Seth Thomas Model 2 has a eight day weighted pendulum movement that is known for it's extreme accuracy. This clock was made in approximately 1900. It is hanging in the West Ticket Office entrance for all visitors to enjoy. Many thanks to Chapter 139.
CArtwright family exemplary work!
The Cartwright family stopped by and did a fantastic job refurbishing our stationary steam engines! We are so thankful for the continued effort from our volunteers and making the museum look great. Thank you Cartwright Family!