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Union Pacific Railroad Museum
Union Pacific Railroad Museum
The Museum takes visitors on a journey through 140 years of American history, from the 1800s to the 21st Century. Exhibits highlight the construction of the nation's first intercontinental railroad, which had its eastern terminus in Council Bluffs, as well as the setting of the American West. Interactive exhibits help explain the role of Union Pacific in the nation's economy and the railroad industry's contribution to modern technology. Call (712) 329-8307 for hours and tour information.  The Union Pacific Railroad Museum is housed in the former Carnegie Library, located at 200 Pearl Street.


Parks, Recreation, and Public Properties 
209 Pearl St. Suite 103
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
Ph: (712) 328-4650

Larry Foster
Director
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John Batt
Assistant Director
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Geoff Hubbard
Recreation Superintendent
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Troy Pedersen
Rec Complex Supervisor
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Pat Cohrs
Park Supervisor
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Terry Hoffman
Resource and Project Coordinator
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Sarah Williams
Administrative Assistant
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