Amarillo Railroad Museum

3160 I Ave
Amarillo, TX 79111


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  • The Amarillo Railroad Museum features an outdoor display of unique railroad cars, including an actual White Train from the US Dept. of Energy. Underdevelopment is a large indoor HO display of the Santa Fe Railroad as it passed through the Texas Panhandle from Canadian, TX to Clovis, NM. Or sit and enjoy the Phillip Pratt Memorial Garden Railway. Located on grounds of the former Amarillo Air Base in northeast Amarillo. From I-40 take Lakeside (Loop 335) north approximately 2 miles and exit onto US Hwy. 60 eastbound. Travel approximately 4 miles and turn south onto I Avenue. The museum is to the left. Open Thursday evenings from 7:30-9:30 and the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month from 10 am to 3 pm. Admission is free and donations are appreciated.

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    • Description Our Steel Building is 50' x 100' (5000 Sq Ft Total): 25' x 50' (1250 Sq Ft) Meeting Room with Public Restrooms, Kitchen, Sales Office, Storage Closet, and Entry Vestibule. 50' x 75' (3750 Sq Ft) Train Room - HO Scale railroad layout with 2 levels of 200 miles of track from Canadian, Tx to Texico, NM across the Texas Panhandle with an upper level 1250 Sq Ft Library / CTC dispatcher's panel and storage (above the entry/meeting room on the lower level).
    • Largest Room 610
    • Total Sq. Ft. 1250
    • Reception Capacity 45
    • Theatre Capacity 45
    • Groups allowed to bring in own F&B? true
    • Number of Rooms 1
    • Classroom Capacity 45
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