Tree & Trains is just around the corner.
Photos by Erica Harvey
and the winner is...
WHO: Erica Lane Photography (Erica our assistant)
Did you know many of the locations Erica visited, you too
can visit if you win this years 2015 Train Raffle Prize!
Tickets for the raffle are $100 and
only 1,000 are being sold.
Call 605/574-9000 to buy your ticket today!
I hear the train a rolling. It's coming around the bend...
Thank you to our great model layout volunteers.
The footage above, shot by Black Hills Fox, is from a 2012 Black Hills Railway Society Fall Model Train Show. It showcases the amazing talent of our numerous volunteers that keep The South Dakota State Railroad Museum track going. The men volunteer there time, energy and money to help keep the trains rollin' along on Dakota Junction.
Call 605-574-9000 and see how you can help keep the trains a rollin'!
With a new season comes a new exhibit!
Win the trip of a lifetime!!
Only 1,000 tickets sold at $100 each
Call our office today to purchase your ticket
For official raffle rules click HERE
$35 per year
One person, Non- transferable.
This membership is designed for anyone who is interested in trains, or in the Museum’s historic and educational programs. The Member receives a pass that identifies him/her as a Museum member with free admission to the Museum, library and facilities during regular business hours, plus notice of Museum activities, programs, events, e-newsletter, and membership-only opportunities that benefit you and your Railroad Museum.
$75 per year
Two adults/children, non-transferable.
This membership is designed for families who are interested in trains, or in the Museum’s historic and educational programs. The Member receives a pass that identifies them as a Museum member with free admission to the Museum, library and facilities during regular business hours, plus notice of Museum activities, programs, events, e-newsletter, and membership-only opportunities that benefit you and your Railroad Museum.
$20 per year
One person, Non- transferable.
Each volunteer receives a pass that identifies him/her as a Museum volunteer member and permission to access the Museum, library and facilities during regular business hours, plus notice of Museum activities, programs, events, and volunteer-only opportunities which benefit you and your Railroad Museum. Contact the Museum Director for specific requirements to qualify.
The HIGH IRON CLUB – Sustaining Level of Membership:
Golden Spike Level ($2,500 or more)
Silver Spike Level ($500 – $2,499)
Tin Spike Level ($100-$499)
For Supporters and Corporate Partners that wish to contribute the SDSRM at a higher annual level. Every High Iron Club member donating $250 or more will be recognized in The Waybill newsletter; on signage in the Museum; free admission passes to the Museum; notice of special Museum activities and programs; e-newsletter; and membership-only opportunities that benefit you and your Railroad Museum.
Current Membership Fees and Levels
Rapid City Public Libraries
Community Voices – Looking Down the Tracks: Dakota Railroad Photography
Rapid City, SD – December 29, 2014 – Don’t miss the train!
On Thursday, January 8 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. upstairs at the downtown library (610 Quincy St.), we invite you to ‘hop on board’ for an informative and entertaining evening of railroading history and stories. Rick Mills, director of the South Dakota Railroad Museum in Hill City, will present railroad photos throughout the years featuring images of railroading in Rapid City and the surrounding area since the first ties and rails were laid in the 1870s. View photos of the Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley, the Crouch Line, the Chicago and North Western, and several others that have served the state in the past. Rick will also share images of today’s railroading and tell a few railroad stories. Be sure and bring your own family railroad memorabilia and remembrances to share.
This program was made possible with a grant from the South Dakota Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Rapid City Public Libraries have served the Rapid City area since 1879, and now have three locations, the downtown library at 610 Quincy Street, the north partner library within General Beadle Elementary School at 10 Van Buren Street, and the east partner library at Western Dakota Tech at 800 Mickelson Drive. All offer print and electronic resources for adults, young adults and children, as well as computers, internet access and a variety of programs and events. In March 2008, USA Today named the Rapid City Public Libraries’ downtown library as one of the nation’s 10 greatest places to “Find a Nook and Read a Book.”
The best place to read and stay you up to date on all the wonderful things happening at The South Dakota State Railroad Museum in Hill City.
Chew Choo BBQ
Just For Fun
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