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We encourage you to use the menu above to explore our site. There is quite a bit of information about the San Antonio Railroad Heritage Museum and our Divisions, and different topics that might interest you located in the different areas of our site. We just can't fit it all on our opening page.
The San Antonio Railroad Heritage Museum and it's divisions are not affiliated with any other transportation or railroad museum or 501❨c❩(3) nonprofit organization. See the above menu under About Us and Our divisions for a complete listing of our divisions.
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New Donated Item Received
Today, in the mail, we received an interesting artifact from one of Facebook page followers. He felt that it was an important piece and that we needed it to add to our collection. We are thoroughly impressed with this Missouri Pacific Railroad timetable for the San Antonio Division from August 8, 1954. We had not seen any of the information on all of the passengers trains listed in this timetable before.
We greatly appreciate your support Mr. Richy Morgan
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
It is with great pleasure that we announce to everyone that we have achieved our goal of $1,500 to secure transport of our MKT hi-rail truck from Colorado to Texas!!! On behalf of the members of the San Antonio Railroad Heritage Museum, we extend a heartfelt Thank You to all of you who helped make this fundraiser happen.
Please check back here for updates on when the truck will be moved and repair progress once it is received at Elmendorf.
The World’s Largest Steam Locomotive is coming to the Alamo City!!!
That’s right, the newly restored Union Pacific #4014 “The Big Boy” is touring the UP System to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the transcontinental railroad, and making a stop in San Antonio. and is going to be on public display right next to San Antonio’s Steam Locomotive.
For public safety reasons, cab tours of the Big Boy are NOT Likely. However, members of the Friends of the SP794, a division of the San Antonio Railroad Heritage Museum, will be available for SP #794 cab tours and answer questions.
The last time an operating steam locomotive in downtown San Antonio was in 2006. So don't miss out on being part of a history and Come on out and support Steam Rail Heritage!!!
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