Burlington-Rock Island Railroad Museum – Teague, Tx

This museum offers the visitor a trip back to Teague's history when railroads were the best option for travel out of the area and for commerce. The original structure, built in 1906, served as a hub for various railroads until 1966. At that time, the building was given to the City of Teague and later converted to a Railroad Museum by volunteers. The B RI Railroad Museum opened to visitors in 1970. Artifacts are displayed on every aspect of Teague history.

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The B-RI Railroad Museum is open on Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 – 5:00 PM. Admission is $5.00 for visitors 13 yrs. and older and $2.00 for children 5 – 12 yrs. and free for 4 yrs. and under. Special tours are available during weekdays for groups if you call in advance to arrange. The B-RI Railroad Museum includes two floors of artifacts, old photos and original depot furnishings from 1906. The second floor features a Veterans room, Early Teague Business room, Civic and Church room, School room and more. Be sure to check out the Philpot Log Cabin from 1860, the Seagraves vintage fire truck, a real caboose that you can walk through and Big Mike, our steam locomotive. Bring your camera! Lots and lots of photo opportunities. Located half way between Dallas and Houston. Check back soon… website being revised April 2019.

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Burlington-Rock Island Railroad Museum – Teague, Tx
Mailing address: P O Box 604 (Physical address: 208 S 3rd Ave. )

Teague, Tx 75860

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