Museums in Campo and La Mesa Closed Until Further Notice


Last week, the state of California enacted new policies to control the spread of COVID-19.  Under these new policies, museums and other similar attractions must remain closed until the Southern California region has an ICU bed capacity of greater than 15%.  This closure will last at least three weeks and could extend into 2021 depending on many factors.  As a result, PSRMA must cancel its remaining Santa Express train rides in 2020.  Refund information will be sent out via email to any ticketed passengers.  A 2021 reopening date has not been established.  Please check our website for updates.

During these exceedingly difficult times, your continued support is invaluable.  We hope that you might consider making a small donation to help keep the wheels turning while we wait to safely reopen.  Every little bit helps.  More information is available at psrm.org/donate.

All of the volunteers at the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association wish you a very Merry Christmas in whatever form your holiday takes this year.

La Mesa Depot Museum to Remain Closed Until Further Notice

UPDATE: Museum leadership has elected to postpone reopening the La Mesa Depot facility due to the ongoing uncertainties presented by California State leaders.

As with any organization our fixed costs continue to require payment and this organization continues to incur thousands of dollars in monthly expenses. If you can help financially in this difficult time, your assistance is greatly appreciated! You can learn more about how you can help at psrm.org/donate.

Coronavirus Update

The Campo Railroad Park & Museum will be closed this weekend, Saturday March 21, 2020 and until further notice in order to comply with all federal, state and local regulations. Thank you for your concern and support. Stay healthy and visit us soon!