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Special Exhibit

On the Right Track | Through October 31st

Cleburne’s history was closely intertwined with the railroads, especially due to the Cleburne Santa Fe Shops who brought prosperity to the town for a century until closing in 1989. This exhibit of artifacts on loan from the Cleburne Railroad Museum explains local railroad history, and provides updates on the expansion of the Railroad Museum, projected to open this fall.

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Watch for us in the Whistle Stop Parade tomorrow! We have a big announcement 🤗 #cleburnetx #cleburnerailroadmuseum ... See MoreSee Less
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CANDLEWALK TICKETS ARE HERE!! Tickets are for sale at the museum through Friday for $12 or $15 on Saturday. Come by and see us Saturday; we will be open with extended hours! ... See MoreSee Less
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A beautiful way to remember a horrific battle: In Franklin, TN on November 30 each year, you can visit an illuminated memorial for the 10,000 casualties (on both sides) of the Battle of Franklin. Luminarias surround Carnton Plantation house, where 5 confederate generals, including Patrick Cleburne, were brought after their deaths. Carter House, which was in the middle of the fighting, is lit from within to show hundreds of bullet holes. ... See MoreSee Less
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