901 E. 15th St.
Plano, TX 75074
PO Box 861810
Plano, TX 75086
Free to the public/ any and all donations gratefully appreciated
Maggie Sprague, Founding Director
Russell C. Kissick, Founding Director
The Plano Conservancy for Historic Preservation, Inc., a newly organized 501c3 non profit Texas Corporation, entered into an agreement with the City Of Plano to operate the Interurban Railway Station Depot Museum. This unique museum is focused on the Electric Railway System which operated in North Texas from 1908-1948.
The museum houses artifacts and displays from that system. In addition a one of a kind combination passenger/railroad postal car is displayed on the property. The old depot, which houses the museum was built in 1908, is an historic landmark.
The Museum is centrally located in the old downtown historic area of Plano. Children enjoy the atmosphere and adults appreciate the rare old photos and displays. The hours are 10-2 Monday-Friday and 1-5 on Saturday. Admission is free but all donations are greatly appreciated.
Groups and tours are welcome but advance scheduling is recommended. For information please call (972) 941-2117.
Children enjoy the museum and adults appreciate the old photographs and displays. This a hidden jewel and a must to see.
The City Of Plano owns the facility however through an agreement THE
PLANO CONSERVANCY FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION,INC.operates the facility. The Plano Conservancy is new with board members, of which are involved in historic preservation and other community and outreach programs.
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