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Our daughter told us about this so we took out of town guests there and were very impressed. This is nicely done and worth a visit. The staff was great! Now it is on our list when we take visitors to New Braunfels from San...More
This place is small so don’t plan to spend more than 15-20 minutes here. For the cost and space it isn’t actually pretty cool if you have a train enthusiast. In the back they have 2 old trains that kids love. In the front they...More
This is a pretty small museum, but still well done, interesting and fun. The volunteers are friendly and passionate. The Pullman dining car is the most interesting. Also lots of model train layouts. Especially enjoyed the restore Alpine layout from the old Joske's department store...More
Real train cars to explore, a steam powered locomotive, a caboose and a dining car. Restored to great condition. The model trains are a hoot and sends you down memory lane. If you love old trains you will be in heaven here.
Stopped by after reading reviews on Trip Advisor, wasn't disappointed. . Its just a small museum but well laid out with train cars you can walk thru, also they have ho scale model trains set up.. the people working there was very knowledgeable and interesting...More
A converted old railroad depot is the museum's location standing next to the busy N/S Union Pacific tracks with 30+ trains passing every day. Created in 1986 the depot restoration was completed and now houses a small Steam 0-6-0 Loco, 1922 Pullman Dining Car, Box...More
We always enjoy looking at old photos and there were plenty here. We enjoyed the miniature train setup and looking at the old menus etc. You don't have to spend a lot of time here but it's worth a peek for a while. While we...More
My son (8yr) and I went here because he really likes trains. The docent have a mini tour of the building and the history behind the museum. There was a model train inside that ran on its own with really cool figurines. T his is...More