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Railroad Adventures


  Railroad Adventures features representatives from Amtrak, Tourist Railroads, Museums and Historical Societies across the Region.

   America’s Passenger Railroad

Forney Museum of transportation
   The Forney Museum, founded in 1955, is home to almost 600 artifacts including cars, trains, buggies, motorcycles, carriages, bicycles and much more. Come see Amelia Earhart’s first car and the world’s largest locomotive- the Union Pacific Big Boy.

Platte Valley Trolley

   The Platte Valley Trolley is a non-profit organization that offers rides on a vintage replica trolley car riding the rails along the South Platte River in Denver.

 Royal Gorge Route Railroad

   Guests will travel by rail deep beneath the towering 1,000 foot granite cliffs of the Royal Gorge, along the tumbling waters of the Arkansas River, where eagles soar, bighorn sheep roam and other wildlife can be spotted. Classes of service range from Coach, Vista Dome, Lunch, Dinner Murder Mystery, Santa Express and Wine Dinners.

Greeley Freight Station Museum

   The museum displays over 1,100 railroad artifacts from across the United States. Signals, signs, keys, locks, photos, tools, towels, passes, timetables, lanterns, etc.  The featured element is a 5,500 sq. foot HO gauge model railroad layout, will have ten separate wiring systems, 20+ scale miles of mainline track, hundreds of buildings (many of which have been scratch built), thousands of hand made trees and scenery never before attempted on a model railroad.

Denver Society of Model Railroaders

   The Denver Society of Model Railroaders is an organization dedicated to the accurate construction and realistic operation of model trains in 1:48 scale. Our members own and operate the Colorado Midland Railway, a true 1:48 scale standard gauge and narrow gauge model railroad. The CMR design found its origins in the prototype Colorado Midland Railway that traversed Colorado from Colorado Springs to Grand Junction and interchanged with the legendary Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Today's Colorado Midland Railway is a dynamic model railroad experience that is focused o­n America's western railroads. Model trains and operations reflect the railroads of Colorado's past, present, and future. 

Rio Grande Modeling and Historical Society

   History and modeling of the D&RGW and affiliated railroads. Quartery magazine “the Prospector”

Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic RR Inc.
   Hidden away in a little-known corner of the southern Rocky Mountains on the border of New Mexico and Colorado is a precious historic artifact of the American West that time forgot.
   Built in 1880 and little changed since, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is the finest and most spectacular example of steam era mountain railroading in North America. Its equipment, structures and vast landscape exist today as if frozen in the first half of the twentieth century.

Leadville, Colorado & Southern

   The Leadville Colorado & Southern Railroad is located at 11,000 feet above sea level in Leadville in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. This scenic train trip provides 2 and 1/2 hours of sightseeing, relaxation and a little glimpse back in history. The train travels another 1,000 feet above the headwaters of the Arkansas River Valley. You will travel through pine forests, aspen groves and view high alpine meadows sprinkled with an array of colorful wildflowers in mid summer. Bring your camera to try to capture a picture of an eagle. Children have the chance to meet the engineer.

Railway & Locomotive Historical Society (R&LHS)
   The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Inc. is the oldest organization in North America devoted to railroad history, and among the first anywhere to pursue formal studies in the history of technology. Its object is to promote research and to encourage preservation of documentation pertinent to business history, finance, labor history, and biography as well as technology.

Operation Lifesaver

  Operation Lifesaver is a non-profit, international continuing public education program first established in 1972 to end collisions, deaths and injuries at places where roadways cross train tracks, and on railroad rights-of-way.

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