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Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum

The Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum is dedicated to the preservation of our railroad hertiage and to the men and women who worked for the railroads and made Hagerstown the “Hub City”.

The collection of historical equipment includes the #132 Diesel-Electric Locomotive built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia, PA in 1944, two Western Maryland cabooses built in the Western Maryland shops during the 1930’s, and Hagerstown & Frederick trolley #168 built in 1918.

The Museum is filled with artifacts, photos, railroad art, model railroads, a library, a roster of Western Maryland employees, and a gift shop. There is something for everyone at the Museum. There are trains for kids to run, and specials events include the Trains of Christmas and Railroad Heritage Days.

The Museum is located at 300 S. Burhan’s Blvd. (US11), Hagerstown, in a historic building on the edge of the CSX yards and is open on Fri, Sat, & Sun from 1 to 5PM. Telephone: 301-739-4665. Admission is $3.50 for Adults, $.50 for children 4 through 12 years old, and 3 years and under is free.

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