We are so glad you stopped by...
Want to visit something different?
Well, we have the solution!!!
Yes, your trusty old Milam County Railroad Museum is here for the rescue. You will be amazed at the Old Town Cameron layout with operating trains as well as the other exhibits and information in the museum. COME ON IN!
Don't be a stranger
You may have stopped by the museum a year ago or two years ago, or even two months ago...we appreciate your coming by and enjoying our museum.
BUT...we don't remain the same from day to day, let alone month to month. While the museum is anchored by the Old Town Cameron display, there are many other attractions in the museum. We are constantly updating and changing things.
Even the Old Town Cameron display changes from time to time with scenery being added or some things taken off and refurbished and then returned later.
Our static displays don't change often, but they do change as we obtain more artifacts for your enjoyment. We recently received boxes and boxes of O Gauge and Lionel train cars, track, locomotives etc. Many are even for sale!
So, don't be a stranger...keep on coming back to see what we have done!
Hours of Operation
Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays
From 10 am until 4 pm.
For special tours or requests, contact Jamie Larson. See the Visit or Contact Us page for additional information.
Junior Engineer camp announced...
The Milam County Railroad Museum will be setting aside four Saturday mornings for exclusive time for Junior Engineers. Beginning the second Saturday in July, the Museum will be open from 10-12AM for Junior Engineers ages 9 – 17 to enjoy sessions in model railroad building. In addition, time will be set aside for our youngsters to operate some of the trains on the Old Town Cameron model. Cost is $25. You must commit to all four classes. The fee is non-refundable or pro-rated. Space is limited to twelve students. Please contact Jamie Larson at 512-455-9591 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space. (Dates are July 10, 17, 24 and 31)
Two years ago, we were able to have an eight-day Jr. Engineer Camp but because of the Covid uncertainty of when we would be able to open this year, we are using this format. Next year, we hope to have the full camp again.
Kids will get an idea of how to begin to set up their own train layout at home. And learn about the impressive eighteen by forty-two-foot Old Town Cameron model built by Cameron residents John and Frances Johnson.
Please arrive no later than 9:45 as we will be pulling out of the station right on time! All aboard!
Look at what we have!