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Total Tourist Railways in CALIFORNIA: 28 Displaying 15 tourist railways per page.
Blue Goose Steam Excursion - Yreka Western Railroad
Address: 300 East Miner Street, Yreka, CALIFORNIA, 96097 USA. Tel.: (530) 842-4146 Toll Free: 1-800-973-5277
Large View The Yreka Western Railroad Blue Goose Steam Excursion is owned and operated by the Rocky Mountain Mining and Railway Museum of Denver, Colorado. he Blue Goose excursion train travels over a railway that was first established in 1888, chugging, clanking and hissing over Butcher Hill in Yreka then down through the scenic Shasta Valley with majestic 14,162 foot, snowcapped Mt. Shasta dominating the vista, crossing the Shasta River and continuing to the old cattle town of Montague, California. Come experience the nostalgic sights, sounds and aromas of the bygone era of steam while leisurely exploring the friendly, "Mythical, Golden State of Jefferson.
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Calico Odessa Railroad
Address: Ghost Town Road, Yermo, CALIFORNIA, 92398 USA. Tel.: See Toll Free Toll Free: 800-TO-CALICO
Steam tourist train operates over one mile of 30-inch-gauge track through the historic Calico ghost town.
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California State Railroad Museum
Address: 111 "I" Street, Sacramento, CALIFORNIA, 95814 USA. Tel.: (916) 445-6645 Toll Free:
Catch the Trains in Old Sacramento! Every weekend April through September, steam-powered excursion trains depart on-the-hour from the Central Pacific Railroad Freight Depot/Public Market in Old Sacramento, just two blocks south of the Railroad Museum on Front Street. Trains operate on a 40-minute, six-mile roundtrip route along the banks of the Sacramento River. At the end of the line, the authentic steam locomotive "cuts off" the passenger cars and "runs around" the train, coupling onto the other end for the trip back to Old Sacramento. Throughout the year, special trains and other opportunities are available for your riding pleasure!
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California Trolley and Railroad Corporation
Address: 1600 Senter Road, San Jose, CALIFORNIA, 95112 USA. Tel.: 408-293-2276 Toll Free:
Operates restored streetcars from around the world on the grounds of the San Jose Historical Museum on weekends.
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Descanso, Alpine and Pacific Railway
Address: 1266 Alpine Heights Road, Alpine, CALIFORNIA, 91910 USA. Tel.: 619-445-4781 Toll Free:
Scenic trips over the 2-foot narrow gauge railway are offered free of charge.
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Disneyland Park Railroad
Address: 1313 S Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CALIFORNIA, 92803-3232 USA. Tel.: 714-781-4565 Toll Free:
Hop aboard one of four bona fide steam-powered locomotives for a relaxing twenty minute jaunt around Disneyland Park on 36-inch-gauge track. Between the Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A. stations is a diorama featuring stunning views of the Grand Canyon today and a pre-historic canyon roaming with dinosaurs. Full paid admission required.
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Fillmore & Western Railway
Address: 351 Santa Clara, Fillmore, CALIFORNIA, 93015 USA. Tel.: 805-524-2546 Toll Free: 800-773-8724
Antique steam and diesel trains which run each weekend. A gift shop with train-related items, is located in a baggage car on the train. Step aboard and take a trip back in time.
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Folsom Valley Railway
Address: 121 Dunstable Way, Folsom, CALIFORNIA, 95630 USA. Tel.: 916-983-1873 Toll Free:
Offers rides on a 12-inch gauge steam train through Folsom City Park.
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Knott's Theme Park Ghost Town & Calico Railroad
Address: 8039 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, CALIFORNIA, 90620 USA. Tel.: 714-220-5200 Toll Free:
3-foot narrow gauge line operates with former Rio Grande Southern 2-8-0 steam engines around Knott's Theme Park. Full paid admission required.
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McCloud Railway
Address: 328 Main Street, McCloud, CALIFORNIA, 96057 USA. Tel.: 530-964-2142 Toll Free: 800-733-2141
The McCloud Railway operates delightful Open-Air Excursion Train rides through the forested slopes on the south side of Mt. Shasta. Taking a little over an hour, the excursions operate weekends from Memorial Day through Labor Day departing from the historic town of McCloud. The trips feature either diesel locomotives or one of our historic steam locomotives, 1925 Alco built No. 25 or 1914 Baldwin built No. 18.
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Napa Valley Wine Train
Address: 1275 McKinstry Street, Napa, CALIFORNIA, 94559 USA. Tel.: 707-253-2111 Toll Free: 800-427-4124
The Napa Valley Wine Train is one of the most distinctive Napa restaurants. This top dining establishment is housed in an antique train that runs on 25-miles of track in the heart of the Napa Valley. The train itself has two engines, three kitchens on board and a collection of early 20th century rail cars that are pure Americana. It offers guests great regional food and fabulous, hard-to-find wines. Enjoy winery tours, wine tasting on board, and celebrity winemaker dinners: A great place to celebrate your special moments, or just to enjoy everyday life.
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Nevada County Traction Company
Address: 402 Railroad Avenue, Nevada City, CALIFORNIA, 95959-2836 USA. Tel.: (530) 265-0896 Toll Free: (800) 226-3090
Nevada County Traction Company offers a three mile round trip train ride. The tour includes a short walk through an authentic 1860s Chinese Cemetery. Ex-Argent Lumber Co. 5, 2-6-2 (Lima 1116 / 1910), 36 gauge, is serviceable, and is steamed occasionally during summers. This obscure locomotive is the only Lima-built narrow gauge rod engine in existence in North America.
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Niles Canyon Railway
Address: 2196 Taper Avenue, Santa Clara, CALIFORNIA, 95051 USA. Tel.: 925) 862-9063 Toll Free:
The Pacific Locomotive Association, Inc. operates the Niles Canyon Railway as a living history museum interpreting the importance of our heritage railroads in the development of California and the nation. All trains have open cars, covered cars & enclosed coaches for your selection. Seating is first-come, first-served. Trains run year round. Rain or Shine. Hot or Cold. Locomotive and Train consist depends upon the availability of Antique Equipment. Our Steam Engine is on its Winter furlough. It will return to service next Spring.
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Orange Empire Railway Museum
Address: 2201 S. "A" St., Perris, CALIFORNIA, 92570 USA. Tel.: (909) 943-3020 Toll Free:
OERM operates a museum railway where visitors can ride on the classic streetcars, passenger trains and other equipment of Southern California's railroad past. The demonstration railway operates every weekend and on most major holidays from 11AM to 5PM. The Museum grounds are open every day from 9AM to 5PM with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas. The cars and locomotives are selected on a rotating basis from our demonstration railway fleet. Steam locomotive operation is scheduled for certain special events and typically one day of certain major holidays.
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Pacific Southwest Railway Museum
Address: 31123-1/2 Highway 94, Campo, CALIFORNIA, 91906 USA. Tel.: 619-478-9937 Toll Free:
The Museum's standard weekend excursion has been in operation since 1986. Join us for a pleasant 16-mile, 90-minute round-trip journey into the history of railroading in the Pacific Southwest on the route of the historic San Diego & Arizona Eastern Railway.
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