City Park Train Hub 525 Highland Way Hagerstown, MD 21740
City Park Train Hub is home of the City Park Railroad Museum, Steam Locomotive Engine #202, Tommy 202 rides, interactive rail cars, train- themed playground, and the new City Park Train Pavilion. Located at Hagerstown City Park, West perimeter Adjacent to softball fields; opposite the Mansion House Valley Art Association Center.
Fall/ Winter Hours of Operation: Private tours available upon request during fall/winter. School field trips are free! To schedule your visit, call: 301-739-8577 x 170. Enjoy seasonal events & programs listed below. Click on activity number links to enroll.
Standard Seasonal Admission Rates
Private tours available by appointment. To schedule a tour, call: 301-739-8577 x 170. Allow at least 48 hours for scheduling. Ask us about school field trips! Admission rates may vary for special programs.
Seniors (62+)/Students (13-17)
5 & under
Group Tours (10 people or more)
$2.00 per person
Explore, learn, and play at City Park Train Hub:
Explore, play, and climb aboard in the real retired cabooses and steam locomotive engine.
Rides on Tommy 202, the trackless tractor wagon train ride. (available on select dates or w/private rental)
Use of our New Train Pavilion inside the gated City Park Train Hub
Museum staff to answer your train questions!
Cash, checks, and credit cards now accepted on site.
Discover 19th century railroad tools and artifacts
Located in City Park, the Hagerstown Railroad Museum features hundreds of signs, signals, bells, telephones and tools that were used by railroad workers throughout history. Most of the items in this significant collection came from the Western Maryland Railroad Company. Of special interest are an 1885 Pump Car and an 1875 Velocipede; both vehicles transported workers to rails or rail cars to make repairs.
The crown jewel of the museum is Steam Engine 202. This Locomotive was built in 1912 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and it carried passengers and baggage between Baltimore and Hagerstown. It was retired in 1953. Totaling 77 feet in length, the engine weighs 415,000 pounds. Steam Engine 202 is the only Western Maryland road-type steam locomotive in existence.
In addition to the locomotive and its coal tender, six cabooses are also on display.