Rosenberg Railroad Museum’s 11th Annual RailFest Rolling in For Fun!

The Rosenberg Railroad Museum’s eleventh annual RailFest is rolling into the station for a day of railroad fun on Saturday, April 14th, 2018! The fundraising event will be held on the Rosenberg Railroad Museum grounds, 1921 Ave. F in Rosenberg, on April 14th from 10 am to 5 pm, rain or shine.

RailFest 2018 will feature model trains in action by the Houston “S” Gaugers on their traveling layout, the Houston Area “G” Gaugers on the Museum’s garden railroad, and on the Museum’s HO and Lionel layouts.  A kid-friendly interactive switching exhibit, hosted by the San Jacinto Model Railroad Club, will be available for a hands-on challenge for all ages.  In addition, the “Texas Flyer” trackless train will be on hand, as well as bounce houses, crafts and games, face painting and Cowboy Hall of Famer, Larry Callies.  Local performer, Kayla Gulley, will provide live music throughout the event.  Food vendors and Operation Lifesaver will be on hand, as well as a Museum open house and much more! And, be sure to check out the Collectibles and Rare Book Sale! All proceeds from the event benefit museum operations.

According to new Museum executive director, Tracy Hobdy, “Train lovers of all ages enjoy our fundraisers!  Bring the whole family to learn about Texas railroading and Ft Bend County history, get something tasty to eat, have fun and see some great trains and layouts.”  A very special thanks goes out to RailFest sponsors:  Another Time Soda Fountain, Bob’s Taco Station, Calvary Episcopal, Classic Chevrolet SugarLand, Jeff McClellan – CPA, Alice Poth – TX Farm Bureau, Remedy Roofing, Republic Services, Rosenberg Main Street Program and Vogelsang’s Antique Emporium.

The fun starts at 10 am and goes on until 5pm. $8.00 Admission for everyone 2 yrs and older; Children under 2 are Free. More information and speed pass advance purchase tickets are available online at  If you would like to be a sponsor for the event or volunteer, please contact event chair Brenda Cauthen at  The Rosenberg Railroad Museum is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and education of railroading in Fort Bend County.

Groupons, Living Social, or other coupons or discounts are NOT valid for this event.

During the event, check out the Museum’s outdoor “G” scale garden railroad depiction of the Richmond Rosenberg area with trains being run by the Houston Area “G” Gaugers