By Railfan & Railroad Staff
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb. — The Nebraska Railroad Museum has found a new home in Nebraska City thanks to a donation by BNSF Railway. Last week, the railroad museum announced that BNSF had donated 8 acres and over 2,000 feet of track to the non-profit.
The museum is looking for volunteers to help clean up and prepare the site for its equipment, which includes several passenger cars and locomotives, including a Union Pacific DD40X “Centennial.”
“The Nebraska Railroad Museum is recruiting members to join our dedicated team of volunteers in this undertaking,” the group wrote in a press release. “We are seeking (donations) so that we can continue our important mission, which is to inspire lifelong learning and dynamic educational opportunities through the preservation of railroad artifacts.”
For more information, visit nebraskarailroadmuseum.com.