Additional Museum Photos

Virtual Tour of Our Museum

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First sign on Forrest Gate Road
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Entrance from Forrest Gate Road
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Left turn here
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Our main entrance
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CZRy freight railroad office trailer to the left, our road to the right
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Part of our big parking lot
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One of our excursion trains at the depot
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Information sign, showing how to get to the Display Building
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A swingset and sandbox for the children
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Bring your picnic lunch and use the tables we provide
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Some of the picnic tables are shaded. The "SD&A" sign marks a small theater for viewing a video explaining the history of the San Diego & Arizona Railway.
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The entrance to the ticket office and giftshop
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Robin is happy to serve you
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It's small, but chock full of railroad gifts
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The depot trackside, showing many new windows and doors
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This was a loading platform dating back fifty or more years
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Left to right: passing siding, mainline and House track
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Workhorse 80-tonner #7285 waits for its next departure
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Museum president, and today's conductor, Jim Lundquist points out some recent woodwork, all done by museum volunteers.
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Actual veterans of the SD&A, these two wooden "Jacumba cars" were used until the railroad acquired steel coaches in the early 1920's.
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The section house, where railroad workers lived.
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This information kiosk was built by boy scouts.
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This sign was also erected by boy scouts.
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The road to the Display Building, right along museum track #1.
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ALCo RS-2 Diesel-electric locomotive
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The Display Building, show here after hours.
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SD&AE "Consolidation" steam locomotive was built in 1904.
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Three steam engines and a former steam-powered crane.
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Heavyweight private car "Robert Peary"
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Three newly turned wheelsets, ready to go back under this truck.
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The truck with newly turned wheels will go back under AT&SF #1509.
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Diesel-electric locomotive #3873 was built by EMD near Chicago in 1959.
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Steam locomotive Coos Bay #11 is a 2-8-2T tank engine built in 1929.
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The boiler tubes have been removed from #11, awaiting further evaluation for a possible return to service.
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#43009 is a stock car for three levels of hogs, built in 1964.
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The small locomotive next to the crane is the 0-6-0T E.J.Lavino. This is our only steam engine that ran on coal.
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Baldwin AS-616 Diesel-electric locomotive ONW #1.