Welcome to the Railway Museum
of San Angelo!
We are excited to be celebrating 25 years!
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In honor of our 25th year, we are asking for donations of $25 be made to the museum (or more if you are so moved!) in 2022!  Donors will receive a commemorative pin with our 25th Anniversary logo when they contribute.

 

Kids who bring 25 pennies will be rewarded with a colorful train whistle. Contributions can be made online at sanangelorailway.org, mailed or brought to 703 South Chadbourne Street, San Angelo, 76903.

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Tuesday January 4th: proclamation reading about the quarter-century history at San Angelo City Council

 

 According to Railway Museum Board president Suzanna Valenzuela, the proclamation reveals several changes. “We’re expanding operating hours to three days a week,” Valenzuela said. “In addition to the regular Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. hours, the museum will be open Thursday and Friday from 1-5 p.m. We’ll be able to handle school tours and special groups and create opportunities for people to visit the museum on weekdays.”

 

Thursday, Jan. 6 at 2 p.m. is the official celebration of new hours with a ribbon cutting. light refreshments and tours. 

 

On Saturday, Jan. 8 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., the museum’s kid-sized motorized train will chug around the grounds and a new scale model train layout will be revealed. There are Living History tours and a brand-new treasure hunt to help people discover the depot’s secrets. 

 

The museum’s new Second Saturday events include Art Aboard (visual arts in January), Los Dias del Tren (AMAS in February), Treasures of History (Dr. Michael Powers in March), Tunes on the Tracks (music), Rail Tails (literature), Railway Days (May), Click and Clack (photography), “Better Safe Than Sorry” (rail safety in September), Scare Station (October), Santa’s Santa Fe Station (Nov. 26) and more.