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If you are a rail fan and enjoy looking at old railroad equipment you'll like this place. If you are looking for a museum experience with lots to read and study you'll likely be disappointed. This is a working museum, you can get as dirty...More
Had a great time learning to operate the Southern Pacific locomotive, it is something I've always wanted to do. The staff was friendly and helpful, they allowed my young kids and wife into the locomotive with me and were very accommodating.
The museum has a...More
The museum and grounds took quite a bit of time to see and almost no areas are restricted so we got up close and personal to all manner of rail cars and engines. Some passenger cars are open to view inside and their gift shop...More
Most of the people running the museum are polite and genuinely interested in helping people have a good time.
However one employee (dark hair, in his 20s) screamed at me and stoped the train when I was standing in a passenger car watching the world...More
Love this museum....you get to climb all over the trains and get a feeling for what it takes to be on the railroads...good place to bring the kids...and if you plan to come in the summer on weekends you can ride a train..plan in advance...More
This place is assome, you can climb up on everything in the yard, if there's something you want to see and it's locked up don't be afraid to ask to see inside a engine that's locked up, everyone was a pleasure to speek with, driving...More
We stopped in and got to talk to some workers who really are passionate about this museum and trains. We got to go inside of the California zephyr silver plate car and see how elite passenger used to travel. we got to go in the...More
Visitors get up close and personal with the engines and rolling stock. Cars and engines from the mid 1870s to the 1980s. Running stock and a program fro people who want to be an engineer and actually run yard and line locomotives. Local volunteers are...More
These guys are amazing. We called ahead and asked to get an appointment to run one of their locomotives. But we found that they don't actually open till May. I was March. But the lady I spoke to said they would be around and we...More