Welcome to the Missouri Pacific Historical Society website. Whether this is your first visit or your 100th we hope that you will clearly see why we proudly promote the rich heritage of the mighty MoPac, Texas & Pacific, C&EI, Missouri-Illinois, the KO&G as well as the whole MP family of railroads. We warmly extend our invitation to you to join the Society and help keep this history alive.
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Click here for a look at a Christmas letter from the past.
Check out the new items in the Company Store
Ball Caps and N scale SBW cabooses
Buy & Sell on eBay to Support MPHS
You can support the MPHS when you buy and sell on eBay through the eBay Giving Works program. Here’s how. Click Here to visit eBay’s MPHS Giving Works and follow the directions. If you scroll to the bottom of the page, you will see any items currently for sale on eBay that a portion of the proceeds benefit the MPHS.
Feel free to share the MPHS link on any social media site you use, with any potential donor. Once transactions are completed the funds are transferred to the MPHS to help our efforts to preserve the heritage of the Missouri Pacific Railroad. Here is your chance to use eBay to sell your items and also support the work of the MPHS at the same time.
When you sell an item and select the MPHS as your Giving Works participant, the percentage you chose to donate is also used to reduce your eBay listing fees if the item sells. eBay Giving Works tracks your donations and provides the necessary paperwork for tax deduction purposes.
We hope you will consider doing this next time you have something to buy or sell on eBay.
You can support the MPHS by using AmazonSmile to make your puchases. This works just like the regular Amazon site, but Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to Missouri Pacific Historical Society. Follow this link: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/37-1107461. Remember, only purchases made at smile.amazon.com will result in donations.
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Are you a former MoPac employee or did you ever work on former MoPac territory?
If so, check out this news release from the Missouri Pacific Employee Association.