Now Hiring Volunteer Coordinator

Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator Department: Volunteers Supervisor: Executive Director SUMMARY Works 20 – 30 hours per week with volunteers to recruit, schedule, train, supervise, maintain databases of and retain Museum volunteer staff; works up to 20 hours a week as the liaison during rental events; working up to a total […]

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Now Hiring Education Assistant

The National Railroad Museum is now accepting applications for the position of Education Assistant.  SUMMARY: Prepare education department for upcoming educational programs; present educational programs to groups of all ages; assist with development and research for projects and programs assigned to the education department. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties […]

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Dothan Dining Car Restoration Update

The Museum is restoring a 1920s Atlantic Coast Line Dothan dining car for operation on site. Thanks to Trains Magazine, you can take a video tour with Daniel Liedtke, Museum Operations Manager/Curator, as he talks about the process and takes a look at the history of the car. CLICK HERE […]

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Railroading Merit Badge Workshop – Register Now!

Following the merit badge requirements, Scouts participate in a series of six workshops. Successful completion of the activities will earn the Railroading Merit Badge. During this engaging program, we learn about rail safety, how locomotives work, what freight trains carry, how to plan a train trip, railroad signaling and the […]

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Now Hiring Restoration Specialist

The National Railroad Musem is now accepting applications for the exciting position of Restoration Specialist.  SUMMARY Conducts restoration work on rolling stock and buildings; maintains structural, aesthetic, and historical integrity of rolling stock and Museum structures. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned as required.   Supervises […]

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2017 Dining & Passenger Exhibit

A new dining and passenger exhibit will open on February 11, 2017, featuring hundreds of pieces of china from Jay Christopher’s collection. This will be the first time this selection of china has been on display at the Museum. The exhibit will include silver, service plates, prominent patterns, and china used on railroads, […]

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Weddings at the Museum

Did you get engaged to the love of your life over the holidays? If so, then the wedding planning is likely just beginning. One of the first steps in wedding planning is often picking a location. The National Railroad Museum has the perfectly unique location for your engagement or wedding […]

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