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Railroad Museum

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The Galveston Railroad Museum is located in the Shearn Moody Plaza; 123 25th Street, Galveston, TX. the museum opened its doors in 1982. This poster is a very small sampling of the extraordinary collection of restored engines, cars and railroad memorabilia showcased here. The Museum was devastated by Hurricane Ike in September of 2008; the railroad cars, engines and the lobby of the museum were flooded with 10 ft of saltwater.  Volunteers have been working tirelessly to restore all of these treasures. The Museum is now open 7 days per week 10 am-5 pm for self guided tours.

If you are interested in visiting, call 409.765.5700 or visit their website.

The Poster:

Left Top:
Glen Fee Pullman Car
Left Middle: Wall Mural located inside the lobby
Left Bottom: Nickel Plate Road Diner-Lounge Car
Center Top: Ghost Travelers -The “Ghosts of Travelers” are full-sized plaster molds of figures depicting people who may have been traveling in the 1930’s? The figures were created in 1981 by Elliot and Ivan Schwarz.
Center Bottom: Ghost Traveler -Phone Booth, Railroad
Cashier Cage, Missouri Pacific Lines - Caboose
Right Top: Private
Lounge Car
Right Bottom: Steam Engine #314