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Rail Trolley at French Lick Resort
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The Indiana Railway Museum is a railroad museum located in French Lick, Indiana , United States , dedicated to preserving and displaying artifacts related to the history of railroads in Indiana. The Indiana Railway Museum was founded in in the Decatur County town of Westport with one locomotive and three passenger cars. The museum relocated to Greensburg and then in to its present location in French Lick after the Southern Railway deeded a total of sixteen miles of right of way stretching from West Baden, Indiana, approximately one mile north of French Lick, to a small village named Dubois, to the south. The museum's collection includes more than 65 pieces of rolling stock and locomotives. The museum has three steam locomotives on display that are not operational and three operational diesel locomotives.
Jump to navigation. Track the Trolley. In , trolley service returned more than years after it was first launched in French Lick and West Baden.
The Museum was founded in in the town of Westport, Indiana where the railroad operated a tourist excursion, utilizing one small locomotive, three passenger cars, and about twenty volunteers. Ridership was estimated at about passengers in The museum and railway remained in Westport until a move was necessitated in The organization relocated to Greensburg, Indiana where it operated until when it again, it changed locations.