The Madam Queen is worth the visit as an iconic symbol of the railroads that helped build Amarillo. You'll be amazed at the number of BNSF trains operating in and through Amarillo!
The Madam Queen was a proto type engine First used in 1930. Original a coal burning engine which was later converted to oil burning. Worth the time to stop and look a5 it.
A very cool old train engine enshrined behind a fence for all to enjoy. There is a plaque with the story behind this old girl.
It’s really sad but true to see these real work horses of our railroad history on display in such dire conditions, especially in a city with a lot of railroad history.
The Santa Fe 5000 is a must see. It has been moved a couple of times and Amarillo doesn't seem to know what to do with it. This is a unique piece of history. It was given to Amarillo in 1957, yet few ...