Leander Trail of Trains


Looking for a great way to see the Leander Trail of Trains and collect some great prizes along the way? Play the Leander Trail of Trains Photo Scavenger Hunt and follow the clues to have your own adventure. When you finish, stop by the Visitors Center and get another prize for participating. Use the download button below to print a copy of the brochure or use THIS LINK for the digital brochure. You can also pick up the Trail of Trains Photo Scavenger Hunt brochure at the Leander Visitors Center during regular business hours.

Leander Visitors Center

100 N. Brushy St.
Leander, TX 78641

Monday – Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Texas Starry Night

100 N. Brushy
Leander, TX 78641
Leander Chamber of Commerce

The first train in the Leander Trail of Trains resides at the Leander Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center.  This train is the original cast and features the Texas State Capitol, longhorns, and of course the beautiful starry skies over Texas.  The train was painted by Jennifer Jones and mosaics were applied by Stan Holcomb.

The Golden Tracks

11255 Hero Way West
Leander, TX 78641
A+ Federal Credit Union

The Golden Track train resides at A+ Federal Credit Union, This train blends concepts that intertwine our community and our financial institution. The beautiful Texas bluebonnets represent Texas’ state flower; while the gold tracks pay tribute to Leander’s Gold Depository. The coins and dollar bills throughout the train are symbols of our industry. Our youth savings club mascot, “AJ”  the  green apple, provides a friendly wave as you view our train. This train was painted by Rebecca Edwards.

Texas Roots Leander Proud

651 N. US-183
Leander, TX 78641
HEB Plus Leander

H-E-B Leander Proud
HEB Plus is the premier grocery store in Leander, but they have everything you need from a cooler with your favorite sports team to a new smoker.  You can visit this train painted by artist Jennifer Jones at HEB Plus Leander.

Let’s Get to Work

100 E. South St.
Leander, TX 78641
Cashway Building Materials

Let’s get to work, Leander! At Cashway Building Materials, we have the inventory, experience, and can-do attitude to help you get that home improvement job done. Cashway has set right along the train tracks since 1984.  They are a local, family-owned hardware store and lumber yard.  Whether you’re working on a weekend DIY project or embarking on a big renovation, they’ll make sure you get in, out, and on your way to success.  All Aboard! Special thanks to artist Jennifer Jones!

Health Express 

1007 S. US-183
Leander, TX 78641
Baylor Scott & White 

The largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas and one of the largest in the United States, Baylor Scott & White Health was born from the 2013 combination of Baylor Health Care System and Scott & White Healthcare.

Known for exceptional patient care for more than a century, the two organizations serve adjacent regions of Texas and operate on a foundation of complementary values and similar missions. This train was painted by the BSWH team.

Bledsoe Park

601 S. Bagdad Rd.
Leander, TX 78641
City of Leander

This train was donated to the City of Leander by Cashway Leander. The train is dedicated to all of the wonderful programs that make Leander Parks and Rec amazing.  The train was painted by Amanda Gifford.


1807 Waterfall Dr.
Leander, TX 78641
Devine Lake Park

Devine Lake Park in Leander was donated by Krueger Pest Control and painted by local artist, Jennifer Jones.

The Wildflower Train

660 S Bagdad Rd
Leander, TX 78641
Larry Phillips CPA

The Wildflower Train at Parkside Commons represents the beauty of the local flora that brings us all together. Parkside Commons represents a diverse group of businesses, all working alongside each other to benefit the community. We love to see Leander bloom, just like the wildflowers do each year! The train was painted by local artist Libby Bratt.

Live Love Leander

201 Bagdad St.
Leander, TX 78641
Casa Costa Bake Shop

This beautiful train celebrates all the things that make Leander the best place to live and visit, much like the fantastic locally owned bakery, Casa Costa, where they offer original, homemade recipes from their multicultural family from the United States, Portugal, and Brazil.

Texas Treasure

140 W. Metro Dr.
Leander, TX 78641

The train’s design was created by the Whataburger creative team with input from the local operations team and was painted by artist, Libby Bratt. The train features Whataburger’s iconic orange and white stripes, the ‘Just Like You Like It’ slogan, and of course, a Flying W. The conductor cab pays tribute to the original restaurant in Corpus Christi with pricing mimicking the look of the original menus.

Love to Heal

601 St. David’s Loop
Leander, TX 78641
St. David’s Hospital

Inspired by the St. David’s HealthCare staff’s commitment to serve, love and help others. At St. David’s Emergency Center – Leander, it is our priority to provide exceptional care to every patient every day with a spirit of warmth, friendliness and personal pride.

Service First

705 Leander Dr.
Leander, TX 78641
Leander Police Department

The Service First train was donated to the Leander Police Department. It is painted to represent the dedication of the local police force and all the members of the support staff that enable the Leander PD to serve our community. This train was painted by local artist Jennifer Jones.

A Spectacle To See

800 Crystal Falls Pkwy Bldg 4
Leander, TX 78641
Texas Family Eyecare

The Texas Family Eyecare train is located just outside their front door. This train was painted by local artist Jessica Kraft.

Leander Veterinary Clinic

1300 S. Bagdad Rd.
Leander, TX 78641
Leander Veterinary Clinic

The Leander Veterinary Clinic is host to one of the cutest trains! Painted by a local artist, but sure to check this train out and celebrate your fur babies.

Blue Streak Merchandise

525 Peregrine Way
Leander, TX

The name of the train is The Blue Streak Merchandise, in reference to Southern Pacific/St. Louis & Southwestern Railroad’s premier freight train. The historical reference to Leander’s establishment and ties to the railroad, the Southern Pacific Railroad owning the line through Leander from 1934 to 1986, and the blue boiler jacket on our train, the name was fitting.

First Baptist Church

10000 FM E. 2243
Leander, TX 78641
First Baptist Church

The First Baptist Church Leander train is located at their children’s entrance. And is inscribed with Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go…”

Duvall’s A Classic Children’s Clothing Boutique

109 S. Hwy 183
Leander, TX, 78641
DuValls A Classic Children’s Clothing Boutique

The Duvall’s Boutique train is located in front of their boutique located in Old Town Leander.

Why Trains?

Leander was established in 1882 on land sold by the Austin and Northwestern Railroad Co. The town was named in honor of Leander “Catfish” Brown, one of the railroad officials responsible for the completion of the line. The railroad established Leander, and today it is the only stop outside the city of Austin on the Capital Metro rail.  To commemorate and honor both our past and future, the Leander Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center is proud to introduce the Leander Trail of Trains.

“The concrete trains are trademarked and will only be available through the Chamber. They are a unique and beautiful way to celebrate the heritage of our community! Our goal is to have a custom train in every corner of the community,” said to Bridget Brandt, Leander Chamber of Commerce President.


The concrete train project was created by the Leander Leadership Class of 2017 to bring Leander together as a community. Anyone can buy a concrete train, regardless of whether you’re a Chamber member, a business or individual, a local, or live a few miles away. Just call our office at 512-259-1907 to get all the details. Trains include local delivery and cost $600 plus your artist fees. All trains are then included in our annual magazine, marketing campaigns, and promotions for no additional fees.

Want to be featured on our Leander Attractions Guide? Call us at (512) 259-1907 or email us at office@leandercc.org.

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