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Galveston Museum Train Show
The Galveston Museum Train Show 2019 is now in the history books. HAGG did a great showing with our show railroad. We had a good turn out of members both days, we had new members join us, made some new friends and met up with old friends. Our railroad was a big hit with the museum visitors. To see more pictures click the button below. Thank you Brenda for all the pictures.
ButtonGalveston Museum Train show 2019 Pictures

CHARLIE BROWN - BUILDING THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD

The Texas Rail Trail

 What is the Texas Rail Trail?  The Texas Rail Trail is a group of railroad depots, museum and attractions that rail fans can relive the glory days of the rail. As of now the members of the Texas Rail Trail are: Rosenberg Rairoad Museum, The Depot- Railroad Museum in Tomball, The Hearne Depot. The Magnolia Depot and Museum, The B-RI Museum in Teague, The Elgin Depot and Railroad Mueseum. That is a lot of trains. There are full size rolling stock, model railroads, art, memorabilla and more. 










So, all you rail fans get on the The Texas Rail Trail and slow down and relive the romance of the days when rail was the perferred way to travel. 


Rosenberg Railroad Museum
The Depot-Railroad Museum in Tomball
The Hearne Depot Museum
The Magnolia Depot and Museum
The B-RI Museum in Teague 
The Elgin Depot and Railroad Museum
The Eagle Lake Depot 

Here is a tour of Club members railroads

Charlie Caggiano's world
       Abita Springs & Brazos River         Bill Rickert
       KD Rail end of an era            2012-2017
       John Franks's Railroad

To all members, want to show case your railroad?

Are you ready to share your railroad with the world? Send me a back story and pictures of your world and I will give you your own page for the world (those train folks that visit our site) to see all that you have done.
My email is  [email protected]