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Railroad Museum of Oklahoma
702 North Washington
Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Voice: 580-233-3051

The Railroad Museum of Oklahoma is located in Enid, Oklahoma. It has a huge collection of train memorabilia. The founder worked for the Santa Fee Railroad for most of his life. When he began to collect these items he had now idea that it would get so big. Today he has one of the largest train museums in the country.

This collection includes dishes from just about every train that ever ran on the American Rail System. It also has buttons, punches, hats, lanterns, telegraphy machines, locks, keys, and one of the largest collections of Railroad Money you will find.

You will have to go out to the Train Yard and check out all of the engines and cars. The history is incredible as you check out these cars you can almost imagine traveling across the old west in one of these cars.

It has been my please to travel several times in my life on a train and the memories of walking around while the train travels mile after mile. Hour after hour and yes day after day. The sounds of the click, click still to this day ring out and the feeling of it all is just something you can't explain in mere words. If you have travel across our great country by train you know what I am talking about.

But since the passage by train is a dying thing it is not likely that our next generations will ever have this experience. We can only hope that our next generations will build better and faster trains so traveling the rail might come back.



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