Visiting the Museum
On your visit to the museum, you will see Model Train displays; photographs of early railroading days which depict logging, lumber mills, factories, area train depots, the early steam engine, a dining car display, a train bell, workman's railroad maintenance tools and the old depot pot-belly stove.
History Inside the Museum
The agent's work area and Ticket Window are in the original locations, and feature the Morse Code System, the telephones and typewriters; also a display of lanterns used by the railroad workers.
A Television Room and Library provide additional educational materials for the interested historical student or visitor.
Take an Imaginary Train Ride!
The museum features a Train Room with a model train layout which takes the visitor on an imaginary train ride through an interesting countryside, featuring farms, cities, mountains, mining, the desert, over rivers and through industrial sites.
You will be able to purchase souvenirs in our well-stocked Train Shop which features gifts, cards, model trains and items for building model train layouts.