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Presidents Message
by Wheels Museum President Leba Freed

Vegas Revival
The first time Allan Affeldt peeked inside the Castañeda Hotel 10 years ago, he figured it for a lost cause—another tragic chapter in the crumbling saga of Harvey House lodgings that once dotted the railroad and helped tame the West.

Albuquerque rail yards named historic district
Albuquerque's rail yards and an expanded area of downtown Raton have been designated as state historic districts.

Denver's renovated Union Station has been a 30-year barn-raising
Denver's Union Station is the coolest food court in town. It's also the site of four full-service independent restaurants from some of the city's best chefs. It houses a 112-room luxury hotel, The Crawford Hotel, named for LoDo visionary Dana Crawford. And it's a real train (and bus) station.

Rail Yards developer required to build some workforce housing
How many living units might end up at Albuquerque’s historic Rail Yards? It’s still a little too early to tell.

Upcoming Events
Rail Yards Market

Food, Art, Music. For the Community, by the Community. The Rail Yards Market is every Sunday from May 4th – November 2nd.

Wheels Museum Garage Sale
Sunday September 7, 2014. Donations can be dropped off Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to Noon at the museum. For more information, please call (505) 243-6269 or email info@wheelsmuseum.org

New Mexico State Fair
Thursday September 18, 2014. Wheels will be at the New Mexico State Fair participating in New Mexico True Day.

The New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical Society Open House
Sunday September 27th, 2014 Wheels will be at the NMSLRHS open house.

Santa Fe Railway Shops
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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 current Newsletter.

Albuquerque's Historic Railroad Shops
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Abq. ATSF Rail Yard/Sheds
Photos posted on Flickr.com

 


The Wheels Museum


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 Directors.

 

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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1100 2nd SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-6269

PO Box 95438
Albuquerque, NM 87199

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last updated July, 2014