Railway and Heritage Museum of San Angelo

703 S Chadbourne St, San Angelo, TX 76903-6931

This Museum of Railroad and Local History in West Texas Area is housed in a historic two story brick passenger depot built in 1910 as the Texas Corporate headquarters of The Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railroad. This international Railroad was bought out in 1928 by the Santa Fe Railroad during the First Oil Boom in the largest oil field in the world the famous Permian Basin in West Texas. The Museum features 7 full size Railroad engines and cars inside and out side this beautiful Nationally Recognized building. Displays for all ages include 5 running model train layouts, Railroad equipment from 1850 to present day and over 500 historic photos of the San Angelo Texas Area. Guided tours included in admission price.