« Attractions Pacific Junction Railroad Museum

The museum celebrates the historical significance of Pacific Junction, once a bustling railroad community. It was established in 1871 by the railroads as a junction for the Missouri River corridor, and it still serves the consolidated Burlington Northern Sante Fe Railroad. The museum captivates the young and old alike.

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This project paid for in part by the Iowa Tourism Office.