Western Railroad Museums
The West Coast of the United States is blessed with numerous Railroad museums and attractions that feature restored trains, miniature trains, or static displays. To download a text listing of these attractions, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click on the Multimedia tab. As more pictures come available, I will post them here
View of the CSRM "Mainline" from the California Zephyr
Doubleheader of the Quincy #2 and Sierra Rwy. #28 at the Sierra Railroads "Iron Horse Roundup" Labor Day Weekend 2002. Alan Siegwarth Photo.
Quincy RR #2 and Southern Pacific NW2 #1423 meet at Brightside, CA on the first public run of the Quincy (June 2002) after its 15 year FRA
boiler inspection. Alan Siegwarth Photo.
Photo Freight arrives at Sunol with the Quincy #2 August 17, 2002. Alan Siegwarth Photo.
Railtown 1897, located in Jamestown California, part of the tour features this roundhouse
TravelTown Museum in Griffith Park, Los Angeles, for their Steam collection see our steam page
Street Car awaiting it's next run at the Western Railway Museum in Rio Vista.
Heading in to the Barn after a days work at the Western Railway Museum in Rio Vista.
UP 849 is a GP 30 on display at the Feather River Railroad Museum in Portola. Paul DeRouen photo
WP 2001 is a GP 20 on display at the Feather River Railroad Museum in Portola. Paul DeRouen photo
Another view of UP 849 on display at the Feather River Railroad Museum in Portola. Paul DeRouen photo
GE 80-tonner and a couple of old wooden cabooses are part of Railtown 1897's collection. Bret Haines Photo
Assorted Sierra diesels are part of Railtown 1897's yard. Bret Haines Photo
This Ex-US. Navy MRS1 is also part of the Railtown 1897 Yard. Bret Haines Photo
Sacramento Northern SW1 #402 on display at the CSRM, it is also used to switch the museum collection
Santa Fe Warbonnet 347c is a Static outside display at the CSRM
UP caboose on display at the CSRM. for 80.00 you can get married on the caboose
PLA's Niles Canyon operation. this is their station in Sunol Calif.
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