About Us


The Railroad Museum of Oklahoma is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation formed for the preservation and display of historical railroad artifacts.
The museum was founded by local people and represents the culmination of several years of work and determination by the members.

2017 Museum Board of Directors:

                                                               Frank " Watermelon" Campbell, Director/President

                                                               Edna Campbell  -  Vice President

                                                                Wayne Campbell  -  2nd Vice President

                                                                Richard Hart  -  3rd Vice President

                                                                 Ray Greb  - 4th Vice President

                                                                Patricia Scheffe - Secretary / Treasurer

                                                                Bob Krieg - Historian

                                                              

Our museum is a visible part of the Enid community and represents one of the largest collections of railroad material in the United States.
Your comments and suggestions are welcome. The museum is funded entirely by donations (tax deductible; $5.00 suggested minimum) from visitors.
For information about membership, or to make a contribution of railroad material or a monetary donation, please contact us. We appreciate your interest and look forward to your visit.
HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM
Incorporated in October of 1977 by a group of dedicated, visionary volunteers, the Railroad Museum of Oklahoma established permanent residence in the old Santa Fe freight warehouse north of downtown Enid. Officially opening its doors to the public on April 27, 1989 just across the street to the west of the Santa Fe passenger depot, the freight building was in sad shape when these railroad

enthusiasts tackled its renovation starting in the late 1980's. Many months and hundreds of man-hours later, the building and its interior began resembling a museum and the rail yard began to take shape.

On December 8th, 2015 the Museum and property was placed on the Federal Governments National Registry of Historical Places worthy of preservation.