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Orthwein Center anticipated completion

National Museum of Transportation Priorities

The Transport Museum Association Board of Directors is actively establishing long and short range goals for the National 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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National Museum of Transportation Mission/Goal

The National 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

Blue Star Memorial Invitation

Blue Star Memorial

You are invited to attend a Blue Star Memorial garden event at the Museum of Transportation, 3015 Barrett Station Road, St. Louis MO 63122, on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, 2017 at 11 a.m. See more at the attached photo to let those in charge know if you are coming. The Blue Star Memorials honor and pay tribute to our service men and women who have given so much to our great Nation throughout the

What is Missing - Blue Star Memorial

What is Missing?

What is Missing from the attached picture?  The answer is the Blue Star Memorial that is coming May 29th to the Museum of Transportation. We are honored to be hosting an event on Memorial Day. You are invited to celebrate with

Monarch Butterfly Caterpillars at MOT

Monarch Butterfly Caterpillars

We have new visitors at the Museum of Transportation--Monarch Butterfly Caterpillars! How many you ask? See if you can find them all in the photo. There may be more by the time you visit