Linda L. Gaunt
Linda Gaunt, entered into eternal rest on January 15, 2022 at the age of 75. She was born on August 13, 1946 in Newton, Iowa to parents: Richard Lee Gaunt and Mary Elizabeth White.…
RESTORATION NEWS - MKT-402 AKA The "Mallard"
RESTORATION NEWS - MKT 402 AKA The "Mallard" to be restored
STRPM Division Officers & Coordinators Appointed
During STRPM's first meeting in ten years, the members who were present appointed the division officers and coordinators for the next term.
|Scenery Coordinator||Gary Rodriguez|
|Electrical Coordinator||Carlton Brown|
|Operations Coordinator||B.L. Mi|
The STRPM Trains are Coming Back!We have finally secured a new location for our model railroad division (South Texas Railroad Proto-type Modelers), which has been homeless for the last 10 years. So we are feverishly working to refresh the scenery and to move our FREE-MO modules that have been stored at different locations around San Antonio (plus we have some new modules) to the new…
Tommy A. Shults
Tommy A. Shults, 86, of Flatonia, passed away peacefully at his home, Thursday, September 2, 2021. He was born November 24, 1934, to Tom and Mellinee Shults(Atwood).
TOYX15046 Solarium Observation Car
This car is a rare car that both the Missouri Pacific (MoPac) Railroad and the Missouri Kansas Texas (MKT) Railroad has purchased.
WE NEED YOUR DONATIONS!!!!
So here is the list of the pieces of equipment that we are looking to get with photos:
|$15,000||St Louis - San Francisco Railway (SLSF) Frisco #514 Coach Passenger car, built 1883|
2021 Membership Drive
Now is your chance to get on board with SARHM at a discounted price of
$10 off our regular membership dues.
And yes, you can Join online!!!Just click on the Blue Become a Member button on the right side of the site and follow the instructions and enter 2021MrbDrive during checkout in our Company Store.
General Membership Meeting
Members, Please log in to the site to view the Meeting details.
Members your Presents is Requested
ANNOUNCEMENT: Our New Newsletter has been published
We are pleased to announce that we have published our first newsletter in a while. Please take a look at it. It can be found In the menu above under About Us →Our Newsletter.
Motorcars published and mentioned in the Wilson County News
We are privileged to have an article and a photo of our S-2 motorcar published by our friends at the Wilson County News this last week to help promote our Re-Opening.
Thanks, Gregg Ripps for your great work!
That's right!!!! We are opening back up after 13 months of restrictions!!!! YEAH!!!! So come on and Join us at the Museum this Saturday, April 3rd during our New hours from 10 am to 5 pm.
New Donated Item Received
Today, in the mail, we received an interesting artifact from one of Facebook page followers. He felt that it was an important piece and that we needed it to add to our collection. We are thoroughly impressed with this Missouri Pacific Railroad timetable for the San Antonio Division from August 8, 1954. We had not seen any of the information on all of the passengers trains listed in this timetable…
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
The World’s Largest Steam Locomotive is coming to the Alamo City!!!
That’s right, the newly restored Union Pacific #4014 “The Big Boy” is touring the UP System to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the transcontinental railroad, and making a stop in San Antonio. and is going to be on public display right next to San Antonio’s Steam Locomotive.
For public safety reasons, cab tours of the Big Boy are NOT Likely. However, members of the Friends of the SP794, a…
SARHM interviewed for a Podcast
Gary Rodriguez, President, and B.L. Miers, Treasurer, had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kevin Barron of Beyond the Riverwalk for a podcast. Each week the Barron family produce a new issue which is uploaded to their site, for all their listeners to download and listen to. Most of these recordings are 30 minutes in length with topics about different organizations, events in the San Antonio…
150th Anniversary - Transcontinental Railroad Completion
Today marks the 150th Anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.
The Union Pacific has been very busy during the last few years, restoring a steam locomotive that when they retired them from revenue service in 1959, they would never be operated again.
A few days again Big Boy UP4014, backed out of its stall in the UP Steam Shop in Cheyenne WY under its own power. This is simply an awesome piece of railroading history that has been fully restored and is now back on the rails…
William R. Cantrel
|It is with great sorrow that we mourn the loss of one of our members, Mr. William R. Cantrel. He was just 42 years old when he passed from this world on November 2, 2018. He is survived by his Mother, Sister, Son, Daughter and many friends.|
Some of our members have been friends with Will A.K.A Bobby for 30 years. He was a good natured soul, and always had a smile on his face. There
Changes are Coming!
We are making some changes. And no, we are not making these changes to follow "Big Business" More to come!
Texas Supreme Court Takes on the Hays Street Bridge Case
Have a Safe and Happy New Year!
Surprises in SP Alamo
"The Alamo" business car has many surprises hidden away in the depths of its interior. In one of the four staterooms, in a closet, a paper bag was found with a stack of kitchen towels. These towels are marked SOUTHERN PACIFIC and PULLMAN. Most of the towels are in mint condition but only yellowed from years of storage.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC Business car #127, the “ALAMO”
Elmendorf Heritage and Railroad Museum
We have a location that is now open for you to visit Please come on by and see our museum which is located in Elmendorf, TX.
203 Bexar Ave
Elmendorf TX 78112
Fri - 12PM - 6PM
Sat - 12PM - 6PM
Marvin D. Tieken, Jr.
|It is with great sorrow that we mourn the loss of one of our charter members, Mr. Marvin D. Tieken, Jr. He just celebrated his 62nd birthday when he passed from this world on October 13, 2008. He is survived by his sister and many friends.|
Mr. Tieken retired from the Southern Pacific Railroad, and then was called back to work for the Union Pacific Railroad after the merger. Later, he was employed by Trans-Texas Rail Shops.