Iron Horse Museum

Description

Dedicated to preserving the memory of the defunct "Katy" line (nickname of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas or MK&T Railroad), this replica of a small-town railroad depot houses numerous artifacts and memorabilia including Pullman blankets, glassware and dishes used in dining cars, and much more. Outside is a 1940s locomotive, the first diesel engine ever used by the Katy line, and a 1920s caboose. The Iron Horse Museum is open from 1 to 4 PM Friday through Sunday from May through October.

Address

18th and Corning
Parsons, KS 67357

Lat/Long

37.33769200, -95.26243100
Visit Website
(620) 421-6500

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