Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum

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Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum
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Established 2012[1]
Location 545 South Main Street, Suite 121, Memphis, Tennessee
Coordinates 35°07′55″N 90°03′33″W / 35.13207°N 90.059156°W / 35.13207; -90.059156
Type Railway Museum
Public transit access MATA Trolley: Main Street Line at Butler Ave. stop or Riverfront Loop at Central Station stop
Website http://mrtm.org/

The Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum is located at 545 South Main Street on the ground floor of the Central Station in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. The museum is dedicated to document the local history of Railroad and the Memphis Trolleys. The museum provides static exhibits as well as video documentation and railroad model diaoramas.[2]

Staff[edit]

The museum is operated as a non-profit organisation and is staffed by volunteers.[1]

Hours[edit]

The museum is open to the public Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Admission for adults is $3.00, for children under 12 it is $1.00 and chlidren 3 and under are admitted free.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum website". Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  2. ^ Jody Callahan. "New train-trolley museum tracks romance of the rails". The Commercial Appeal (Memphis). Retrieved 2012-04-16.