Creation Station is now
The Major Lee Berra Creation Station

Lee Berra grew up less than a mile from The National Museum of Transportation, which he referred to as the “old fashioned train station.” He loved his family, friends, country and all things transportation – especially planes and trains. He got his pilot’s license at age 16. 

Lee was commissioned into the United States Air Force in 2006 and spent a decade in the military. He flew 2,566 military flight hours in 30 different aircraft with 2,270 of those hours in the supersonic B-1 Lancer. 

When Lee returned for visits to St. Louis, he always took his wife, Sydney, to the 
“old fashioned train station” and told her that someday they would bring their kids to the Museum. Lee would be honored to be part of the Museum and the Creation Station.
Major Lee Berra – March 7, 1984 – January 25, 2017