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The Back Shop at the California State Railroad Museum - 2019 Narrow Gauge Convention - Video
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Oct 6, 2019 11:21:44   #
Jay Pat Loc: Round Rock, Texas, USA
 
Something to look forward to in the future (a few years?).
I have visited the California State Railroad Museum. It is a wonderful museum and hope to go back!!
Pat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygV6YoFLHks&feature=em-uploademail

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Oct 6, 2019 14:18:25   #
robertjerl Loc: Corona, California
 
Jay Pat wrote:
Something to look forward to in the future (a few years?).
I have visited the California State Railroad Museum. It is a wonderful museum and hope to go back!!
Pat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygV6YoFLHks&feature=em-uploademail


Have you been to the Southern California Railway Museum in Riverside County? (aka Orange Empire Railway Museum-the museum board got tired of people thinking we were in Orange County because of the name and changed it a few years ago).
Doesn't have the beautiful indoor dioramas etc, but we operate streetcars and trains on weekends and most holidays. Over 200 pieces of rolling stock ranging from "Do we fix, strip for parts or scrap it?" Up to restored pieces that look like new. The largest working railway museum collection in the west with three gauges of track, 3' narrow gauge "Grizzly Flats Railroad"(built around major parts of Ward Kimball's collection), standard gauge and Imperial gauge (streetcars) and standard gauge railroad. Most are from railroads and street car lines associated with Los Angeles, So Cal and the West but a few pieces from other places like two street cars - one from Japan, one from Ireland.
https://www.oerm.org/

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