Exhibits at the Harvey House
Two train related exhibits are currently on view at the Belen Harvey House Museum. The Railroad Hardware and Memorabilia Exhibit features items from the special collection of Gene Green, author and railroad historian. The second exhibit is New Mexico Rail History & Restoration of Santa Fe 2926, presented by the New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Railroad History Society. Exit the train in Belen and walk approx. half a mile to 1st St. and Dalies Ave.
The 2926 Story video To read more about this amazing project,
please click on our article
Santa Fe 2926. You can also visit
www.nmslrhs.org for photos and work progress reports that
are updated weekly, as well as upcoming events and the group’s
We are a volunteer run, non-profit organization
established to preserve history, educate the public in the history of transportation, and provide our visitors with an opportunity to experience travel as it used to be.
The Wheels Museum primary mission is to provide current and
future generations with an understanding of the impact of
transportation on New Mexico and the West. This mission will be
fulfilled by the acquisition, preservation and exhibition of
artifacts and ephemera in a facility operated by Wheels Museum
in accordance with the principles set forth by the Board of
The Wheels Museum will be located on the site of the historic Santa Fe Railroad Shops in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Built in 1914, the Albuquerque shops serviced steam locomotives operating on the Santa Fe Railroad.
Wheels Museum board meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month and are open to the public.
Please call Leba Freed at 505-243-6269 if you wish to attend in order to confirm the time and place.
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