The Union Pacific Railroad Museum houses one of the oldest corporate collections in the nation. It includes artifacts, photographs, and documents that trace the development of the transcontinental railroad and the American West.
Our mission is to educate the public about the past, present and future of America's largest railroad and the railroad industry. To accomplish this mission the museum will collect, research, and preserve a large collection of photographs, archives and artifacts relating to the railroad industry and the Union Pacific Railroad.
|Open Tues. - Sat.
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Closed Sun. - Mon.
|200 Pearl Street
Council Bluffs, Iowa
GPS coordinates: N41.25821 degrees, W95.85124 degrees
|** No Admission Fee **|
The Union Pacific Railroad Museum provides limited access to the Union Pacific Historical Collection for those conducting research under the auspices of an established institution or publisher. The Museum places priority on requests from institutions such as the National Park Service or other established Museums and partner publications such as THE STREAMLINER and TRAINS magazines and authors submitting for them. The Museum does not have the staff and resources to assist with personal and private research of any kind.