Our goal has been to provide the public with a historical outlook to the reasons America’s railroads played such an important part to the regions development.  The development of the South Florida area is predicated upon the railroad, both in population growth and industrial needs of raw materials. We do our best to represent these points through the use of artifacts and railroadiana displays.

Our organization has been in existence since 1994.   We are very fortunate to be associated with the Deerfield Historical Society.  We offer both history through our displays and explanations of the past and we offer model railroading in the form of two operating layouts. 

We are active in other areas as well, including presenting swap meets of model railroad equipment and railroadiana, and assisting in the sale of collections and estates. Our collection of historic artifacts is constantly growing, and donations are always welcome.

Our membership is varied, and eclectic, from 40-hour workweek members to members where every day is Saturday, to include the proverbial snowbird. From mechanical engineers, programmers, medical personnel, to junior members in High School. We all learn from one another.

Membership requirements of the museum are minimal; you need not have any desire to participate in the construction or any other facet of the Museum, but you can always feel free to participate in what manner suits your needs. Although we encourage all of our members to learn a new skill or research a new project. It keeps you young! We encourage you to visit the museum and meet current members to learn more about us.

The museum holds membership with the Deerfield Beach Historical SocietyFlorida East Coast Railway SocietyACL/SCL Historical Society, and the National Model Railroad Association.

We are qualified to instruct the public in the “Operation Lifesaver” program, to make people aware of our rail crossings and how they can make them safer.