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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Tourist Railroads and Museums USA : Southwest USA : Oklahoma

Tourist Railroads and Museums USA : Southwest USA : Oklahoma

Tourist railroads, museums and other railroad related attractions in the state of Oklahoma.

There are 7 links in this category

Oklahoma - Choctaw County Historical Society Frisco Depot Museum
Hugo, OK - The Choctaw County Historical Society obtained control of the Frisco Depot in 1978 and began its restoration to form the Frisco Depot Museum. Restoration began in the Harvey House Restaurant and progressed though out both floors of the old depot. Items of local and county-wide historical interest (artifacts, documents and pictures) are currently on display along with a miniature railroad, a miniature five-ring circus and a moonshine still.

War Savings Stamp (WSS) Building Current projects include the restoration of the War Savings Stamp (WSS) building. In 1918, this building was located in the intersection of Broadway and Jackson Streets and was used for the promotion and sale of War Saving Stamps and War Bonds to help fund World War I.

Model Railroad Railroading is preserved in displays of Frisco memorabilia and numerous artifacts of railroad construction and maintenance. Photos of trains, crews, wrecks, etc.

Info: URL: http://www.friscodepot.org/ (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Oklahoma - Cimarron Valley Railroad Museum
Cushing, OK - The Cimarron Valley Railroad Museum was established by the Read family in 1970 with the acquisition of the Santa Fe Depot from Yale, Oklahoma. This particular Depot was the site of E.H Read's first agency, 1933-1936, following long service at Cushing.
Info: URL: http://www.okterritory.org/railroad.html (Added: 30-Sep-2000)
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Oklahoma - El Reno Heritage Express Trolley
El Reno, OK - Heritage Express Trolley (Unofficial Page) The city of El Reno (population about 15,000, about 30 miles west of Oklahoma City) inaugurated its Heritage Express Trolley in August 2001, as a tool for promoting tourism. A single-track route of about 0.9 mile (1.5 km) connects the Canadian County Historical Museum, at the former Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad station, with the downtown shopping area along Bickford Avenue. This is not an electric operation, but instead uses propane gas for power.

Service is provided by a single double-ended car which was originally built by J. G. Brill in 1924. It started as car #60 of the Philadelphia & Western Railway, an electric interurban line which survives today as the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s route 100 (the Norristown High Speed Line). It was the first of a group of eleven cars known among railfans as Strafford cars because they saw extensive use on the P&W’s branch to Strafford.

Info: URL: http://www.jtbell.net/transit/ElReno/ (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Oklahoma - Oklahoma Railway Museum
Oklahoma City, OK - Come spend an afternoon at the Oklahoma Railway Museum. There's something for everyone! Come see freight cars, passenger cars, and even a real steam engine on display. And best of all, you can ride the train! Trains operate first and third Saturdays - April to October.

We're just minutes from the Interstate, so come join in the fun at the Oklahoma Railway Museum!

Info: URL: http://www.oklahomarailwaymuseum.org/ (Added: 6-Jul-2008)
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Oklahoma - Orr Family Farm
Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma's finest train proudly makes its home at the Orr Family Farm. A third-sized replica of the United States' first transcontinental locomotive, the famous Jupiter, the train will comfortably hold 100 children and adults.

The Farm train makes a 25-minute one-mile trip around the farm, traveling along the dam of Hidden Lake, circling the Wedding Garden and down by two ponds before returning to the Train Station. The Farm train includes a beautifully handcrafted oak-lined caboose that is handicap accessible.

Info: URL: http://www.orrfamilyfarm.com/ (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Oklahoma - Pauls Valley Santa Fe Depot
Pauls Valley, OK - Beautifully restored 1905 Santa Fe Depot, centerpiece of downtown Pauls Valley. Features local history items, hundreds of old photos, railroad memorabilia, and in the adjoining park area the popular 1902 Santa Fe steam engine with tender and a caboose, large gazebo and benches. There is something here for all ages to enjoy. The Amtrak Heartland Flyer stops each morning on its way to Fort Worth and returns each evening. Groups welcome, please call ahead.
Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/PaulsValleySantaFeDepot/ (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Oklahoma - Waynoka Historical Society
Waynoka, OK - The Santa Fe Depot at Waynoka was built in 1910, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The BNSF main line from Chicago to the West Coast which passes the depot is Oklahoma's busiest rail line.

The Santa Fe Depot, as well as the adjacent Harvey House, was deeded to the Waynoka Historical Society in 1995. Both buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places.

The 1920s-era four-room railroad section foreman's house was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday April 15, 2006.

Info: URL: http://waynoka.org/index.php (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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