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The interior and exterior restoration has been completed and the museum is now open for touring.  

If you have any questions don't hesitate to call us at:


Tuesday thru Saturday

10 am. to 5 pm.


Our Visitors are Awesome!

A RAILROAD ENTHUSIAST, Randy Hollis, President of Owen and White, Inc., and Vice President of Engineering for LAWCO, stops by the DeQuincy Railroad Museum whenever he is in town on business to see the artifacts, especially the brass engine model collection on display in the large waiting room.  On a recent visit he noticed the signage descriptions were becoming a bit faded and offered to have some new ones made and donated them to the museum in time for the Louisiana Railroad Days Festival.  The Railroad Museum Board appreciates Hollis for his kind participation in preserving history here at the DeQuincy Railroad Museum for the town and visitors alike. 

He is pictured with Katy Haley, museum docent holding the new signs.

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Available Now!

The DeQuincy Railroad is proud to announce a project many have looked forward to for many years.  We have compiled a pictorial history of the City of DeQuincy from its earliest railroad beginnings!

The book is available to purchase in our gift shop at the DeQuincy Railroad Museum, and can be ordered by mail and through PayPal.

It is compiled of photos and writeups of the rich history of our area.

If you would like to order a copy to be shipped to you by mail, you may log in to our PayPal account under our email address "".  The cost of the book is $30 and an additional $5 for shipping cost. 

You may also mail a check or money order to DeQuincy Railroad Museum 400 Lake Charles Ave. DeQuincy, LA  70633 or stop by the gift shop.

Again, our PayPal account can be found under our email address:

Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you!


For more information concerning how to obtain your copy of our book please feel free to reach out to us.


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