The Indiana Transit Museum
Forest Park, 701 Cicero Road
Noblesville, IN 46061-0083The Indiana Transit Museum is a unique operation, situated in Noblesville just a stone's throw from the Indianapolis metro area. The Museum is mainly operated on a volunteer basis and offers the opportunity to ride the trains of yesterday and experience the history of days gone by. Besides the track itself, traces of our history are to be seen up and down the line. The museum displays a piece of the original Peru & Indianapolis strap rail.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe FleetThe Museum owns fifteen coaches which were originally built for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad and were used on such famous
Budd CoachesThe fleet of closed window coaches maintained by the
The Silver SalonThe Museum also operates the Silver Salon, a combination baggage-coach car that once operated between Chicago and the Twin Cities on the Burlington Railroad. It now serves as a head end power (HEP) car housing a diesel generator that
Chicago Rapid Transit Trolley CarsThe trolley cars used at the Museum are officially called Chicago Rapid Transit Cars. They are also known as elevated cars, or simply as
Cab RidesCab rides are also available on most trains steam and diesel locomotives. There is a limit of two cab riders at a time. The minimum age for cab rides is 12 years of age. For further information call (317) 208-3300.
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