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Pierce Arrow

Pierce Arrow Car Show

Pierce Arrow Society presents the Pierce Arrow Car Show on Saturday, June 10th, at the Museum of Transportation, 2933 Barrett Station Road, St. Louis MO 63122. The time of the show is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ; Lot 2 is the location of the

Pumpers and Pistons 5-20-2017

BIG Trucks & Emergency Vehicles May 20

BIG trucks, a helicopter, emergency vehicles and more will be at the Museum of Transportation's 9th Annual Pumpers & Pistons show on May 20, 2017, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This special exhibit at our Lot #1 (northern lower lot) is free to the public. Active duty and retired military and their families are invited to visit our museum proper for free. We salute you! The show is presented by The Gateway Fire Historical Society and The American Truck Historical Society. This is a premier show featuring fire apparatus, commercial & specialty trucks; first responder, police, military and recovery vehicles. Exhibitors please contact Julie Lahr for vehicle(s) registration, tma.julie@gmail.com or 314.289.3508, ext. 1. All exhibitors receive complimentary museum passes. The Cardinals Nation food truck will be serving up delicious food as well. Come

Firetruck with ladder extended

Pumpers & Pistons Show on May 20th

That fire truck photo is just one of the many reasons why this show is a favorite of children ages one to 100! Antique trucks, an ambulance, helicopter, BIG trucks, fire trucks, military vehicles...WOW! Join us Saturday, May 20th for the 9th Annual Pumpers & Pistons Show, from 9 am - 3 pm, at the Museum of Transportation.  Admission is free on May 20th for active military personnel and veterans--and their families! Make a day of your visit!  Visit Pumpers & Pistons, ride the miniature train and handcars and the historic Museum trolleys.  Then, enjoy lunch...The St. Louis Cardinals' Food Truck will be on-site from 11 am - 1:30

Orthwein Center anticipated completion

Museum of Transportation Priorities

The Transport Museum Association Board of Directors is actively establishing long and short range goals for the Museum of Transportation.  The Board determined the following four projects as the highest priorities:  completion of The William R. and Laura Rand Orthwein Education and Visitor Center; construction of an open-air pavilion providing coverage for the currently exposed historical artifacts on the lower four rail lines; design and completion of an artifact storage facility; and, completion of the trolley rail line platform with an exit/entrance at The Earl C. Lindburg Automobile Center. More information coming

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Museum of Transportation Mission/Goal

The Museum of Transportation's mission is that we will be the leader in protecting and interpreting North American transportation heritage. Our goal is to preserve and protect our transportation heritage so we are able to teach our children and our children's children about the significant transportation played in the development of our Country. We preserve history every day for the upcoming