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Museum of the American Railroad

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Visit Us:

Visit TrainTopia at the Frisco Discovery Center - 8004 N. Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75034.

Wed - Sat, 10am - 5pm
Sun, 1pm - 5pm

Walking Tours:

Guided tours of the Museum's rolling stock site are available on scheduled dates and times.  Click here for the current tour schedule and details.  Self-guided tours are not available at this time.  Guided tours are only available on posted dates (above).

Educational Programs:

Contact the Museum at 214-428-0101 to arrange field trips, group tours, and in-class presentations.

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Educational Program Directory!

For more information, phone the Museum at 214-428-0101.


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Welcome to the New Museum of the American Railroad in Frisco, Texas! Minimize
Below are five computer generated images of the new museum in Frisco.  Using existing CGI creations of vintage rolling stock and simplified structures, we are able to provide exciting visions of the museum facility (train shed not shown for viewing purposes).  These views represent the museum's 25-year build-out plan that will become one of North Texas' premiere destinations for transportation history and technology.

Images courtesy of Larry Ford, Wilson & Company, Fort Worth.

View looking north along exhibit tracks 1-8 toward rear of museum building and concourse.  Shops are at left.

View looking south along exhibit tracks 1 and 2 showing Union Pacific "Big Boy" #4018 and Centennial #6936 at east end of concourse.

Overhead view looking southwest from Cotton Gin Road showing museum building, shops, and related trackage.  BNSF (ex-Frisco) main line is at far left.

View looking north from Stewart Creek toward Cotton Gin Road showing transitional trackage, exhibit tracks, and principal structures.  BNSF main at lower right.

View looking north along exhibit tracks 1-8 toward rear of museum building and concourse.  Shops are at left.

The five views above show all three phases of construction in a simplified format.  These views give an indication of the placement and layout of trackage and principal structures in accordance with the museum's Site Plan.
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