The bridge over the Campo Creek near the Stone Store Museum on Highway 94 in Campo is being replaced. As a result, those traveling via Interstate 8 or Highway 94 West to get to the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum may be affected. Please visit psrm.org/detour2016 for a complete detour map and more information on the detour.
They’re finally here! The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association is proud to announce that advanced presale tickets are now on sale to Association for our famous North Pole Limited trains. Make your reservations today to ensure you and your family have a front-row seat to the magic of the holiday season.
Trains run at 5pm and 7pm on Fridays and Saturdays between November 25 and December 17. More information about the North Pole Limited is available on our website at psrm.org/npl.
To all PSRM visitors for the Pumpkin Express:
Due to an error in ticket postings, the departure time was listed incorrectly for the morning departure. Trains will run at 10:00 AM, 12:15 PM, and 2:30 PM. We are making every effort to contact all persons with presale tickets for the 10:00 train to make sure they are informed of the change in departure time. Thank you for your cooperation.
Through the tireless efforts of several PSRMA volunteers, the Campo Depot has been freshly repainted. This project, which spanned several weekends, ensures that the Depot’s wood construction will continue to be protected from the elements so visitors can enjoy the building for years to come. We’re always looking for extra pairs of hands for projects like these. You can read up on how to volunteer your time at PSRM in Campo or the La Mesa Depot Museum in La Mesa on the Volunteering page.
Frank prepares to get a little paint on the camera