Oklahoma Railway Museum
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Day Out with Thomas train ride event
The Oklahoma Railway Museum is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and is a chapter of the National Railway Historical Society founded in 1972 by railroad enthusiasts who shared in their interests for historic preservation, riding trains, modeling and photography. This museum show cases the collection and display of many railroad artifacts and equipment from the collections of this original group of enthusiasts.
Oklahoma Railway Museum is host to a Day Out with Thomas, a wonderful 25 minute train ride with Thomas the Tanks Engine. Children are given the opportunity to meet Sir Topham Hatt and participate in activities including story telling, building with Lego and Duplo toys, live music and more. Other special train events include the Independence Day Train, Halloween Train, Christmas train
Today the museum has grown to three operation locomotives from one originally and there may be a fourth in the near future. Guests can enjoy passenger car fleet and cabooses which can handle in excess of 350 passengers per train. With a tax exempt status their membership has grown to some 180 members and nearly 50 active members.
The museum is a 501 c Non Profit tax exempt Oklahoma Corporation and as of this time, has no debt and operates with in its budget on an annual basis. The growing membership, of approximately 180 members, has around 50 active members. The Oklahoma Railway Museum is a member of Association of Railway Museums, Frontier Country Tourism. and the Tourist Railway Association, Inc.
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