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700 East Adams, Brownwood, TX 76801
Mail to: P. O. Box 1389, Brownwood, TX 76803
Phone: (325) 643-6376 FAX (325) 643-6367
Email: bnorris@ci.brownwood.tx.us

The Martin & Frances Lehnis Railroad Museum is located across the street from the historic Brownwood Santa Fe Depot and Fred Harvey House. It exhibits the railroad history of Brownwood, Central Texas and the American Southwest. The exhibits include railroad lanterns, model trains of all sizes and ages, railroad equipment, interactive telegraph equipment used to send telegraph messages, railroad videos, photographs of railroad employees, structures and trains, and the sights and sounds of trains, trains, trains!

Hours of Operation:  Tuesday through Saturday 10 - 4

             Closed on Holidays

 

Admission: 

 Adults $3.00

 Senior Citizens Age 55 & Up $2.50

 Children Age 5 through 12 $2.00

 Children Under 5 FREE (Accompanied by an adult)

 

     CC&BV Mini Railroad hours Every Saturday (weather permitting)                      10 AM to 2 PM.  Cost is 2:00 per person

 

Amenities:  Handicap accessible, Exhibit Galleries, Red Caboose Gift Shop, Restrooms, Free Parking, Train-Watching Platform with picnic tables, rolling stock, Rental Facilities, Group Tours with Reservations.

 

 

Texas Rail Tourism Alliance—A statewide organization for rail tourism railroads, museums and related tourism destinations in Texas.

Association of Railway Museums—A national organization of railroad museums.

 
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