Are you ready to experience a by-gone era of railroading? Then make plans to visit the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum in North Judson, Indiana. Tucked away in this picturesque rural community, HVRM has become the premier tourist destination for thousands of people who want to experience the sights, sounds and smells of post-World War II railroading. The small town of North Judson achieved significant importance when, at its peak, as many as 125 trains each day passed through this rural community. To truly appreciate just how much the railroads impacted North Judson, you should look through our collection of historic railroad maps. You can only imagine how difficult it must have been to get from one side of town to another with so many trains! The Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum is dedicated to preserving the railroad history of North Judson. HVRM seeks to keep the town's railroad heritage alive via display and operation of vintage railroad equipment.