Cimarron Valley Railroad Museum

Cimarron Valley Railroad Museum
Oklahoma Territorial Plaza
750 N Main St
Phone: 405-547-2777

The Cimarron Valley Railroad Museum is housed in a 1930 restored Santa Fe depot relocated from Cushing to Perkins. This piece of the Oklahoma Territorial Plaza exhibits a very large collection of foreign and domestic railroad memorabilia, including a wooden Frisco caboose, oil tank car, box car and General Electric diesel switcher locomotive. The large collection also includes kerosene burning lanterns, uniform items, timetables, switch keys, locks, signal equipment, dining car china, silver settings, Fred Harvey items, pictures, tapes, film, a very extensive railroad library, horns, whistles, bells, station signs, models, coach items, pullman items, drinking glasses, badges and conductor caps from major Oklahoma lines.

Stop by the Cimarron Valley Railroad Museum and see the Santa Fe dinner chimes, dining car chairs, linens, early day Santa Fe Transit, railroad advertising items, fire extinguishers, tools, furniture, stoves, fire cart, official guides and innumerable miscellaneous items of railroad heritage on display. Guests are invited to share in this rail memorabilia sanctuary. There is no admission fee, but a donation box is present for those who care to assist. 

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General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Saturday: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Open seasonally, from Memorial Day-Labor Day.
Group tours by appointment.
Located at N Main St & E 116th St.
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