by Wheels Museum President Leba Freed
The next Rail Yards Advisory Board
meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 21, 3:30 PM, City
Council Committee Room, 9th floor of City Hall.
New Mexico State Rail Plan
NMDOT completed a draft State Rail Plan in late 2011 to guide future passenger rail development. It expects to finalize the report in early 2013 after conducting another round of public meetings and stakeholder meetings.
WHEELS Museum: Still Rolling After Two Decades
WHEELS, an acronym for “We Have Everything Everyone Loves Spinning,” is located at 1100 2nd St. SW and, indeed, is a museum. Inside you’ll find many things that move, including an antique milk wagon rescued from someone’s backyard, horse drawn carts, and several old cars.
Phase I of the Wheels Museum
Willard Eastman and the staff of
Studio BHAHN present architectural drawings of the completed Wheels Museum and Roundhouse.
Albuquerque's Wheels Museum
The Wheels Museum is a non-profit organization that works to preserve the history of transportation and travel, especially as it pertains to Albuquerque and the west.
Santa Fe Railway Shops
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The 2926 Story video
To read more about this amazing project, please click on our article
Santa Fe 2926. You can also visit
www.nmslrhs.org for photos and work progress reports that are updated weekly, as well as upcoming events and the group’s current Newsletter.
Albuquerque's Historic Railroad Shops
Abq. ATSF Rail Yard/Sheds
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