Southern California Railway Museum

Southern California Railway Museum Explore the West’s largest collection of railway locomotives, passenger & freight cars, streetcars, buildings and other artifacts dating from the 1870’s.
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Ride streetcars, interurban electric cars, and trains on the Museum railway. The Southern California Railway Museum is home to over 200 historic railway cars and locomotives from Los Angeles and the West. The museum’s 90-acre site in Perris, California is open to the public 363 days a year. Railway trains operate every weekend. The museum's mission is to educate the public about railway transportation history of Southern California and the West. We fulfill this mission by helping to support the restoration, operation, and interpretation of the historic railroad equipment at the Southern California Railway Museum. Southern California Railway Museum operates a Museum Railway where visitors can ride on the historic trains and trolleys that helped shape the Southern California we know today. The Museum Railway operates every weekend and on most major holidays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and also on weekdays for charters and other special events. The Museum grounds are open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas. On a typical weekend (other than during special events), two city streetcars are running on the half-mile dual-gauge Loop Line, and another train is operating on the 1.5 mile standard gauge Mainline. The northern end of the Museum Railway is presently at 7th Street, although during certain special events trains operate all the way to the historic 1892 Perris Depot at 4th Street. Future plans call for regular operations to be extended to 4th Street as the depot area is rebuilt into the new Metrolink station and transit center. In addition to the streetcars on the Loop Line, a Pacific Electric interurban or city streetcar also operates on the Mainline on selected weekends. The Mainline train is usually an electrically or diesel powered freight train (with a caboose to ride in if you wish), or consists of passenger train cars. Typically at the Southern California Railway Museum, you can experience riding in one of the early Los Angeles streetcars and a more modern PCC on the Loop Line, and ride in either a caboose (the cupola is very popular with the kids) or open gondola on the freight train. The cars and locomotives are selected on a rotating basis from our historic collection. Steam locomotive operation at SCRM is scheduled for the third weekend of the month between September and May (no steam operations during the summer) and during certain special events and major holidays. Check the calendar of events for further information. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the availability of any particular piece of equipment on any given day. Some equipment does not operate during rain. While admission and parking for the Museum is free (except for selected special events – see calendar of events), a ticket must be purchased to ride on the Museum Railway. Your ticket is good for the entire day, for as many trips as you wish. Your fare goes directly towards meeting Museum operating expenses. On regular weekends, an all-day pass to ride the trains costs $12 for adults, $8 for children 5-11, free for kids under 5. Charters are also available during the week. Bring a school group, or just a group of friends. Check the Charters page for more details. We also offer a Birthday Caboose for parties, and you can even operate one of our historic locomotives as part of the Run One program. Make plans today to visit the Southern California Railway Museum – SCRM in
Perris, Southern California.

Operating as usual

Scheduled Locomotive for this weekend: Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railway 108.Parking and entry to the grounds and any...
04/02/2021

Scheduled Locomotive for this weekend: Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railway 108.

Parking and entry to the grounds and any open exhibitions is free; Weekend Ride Tickets for Trains & Trolleys available at the Museum Box Office or Online. Learn more at https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/weekend-rides/.

* As always, scheduled operating equipment is subject to change at any time.

04/01/2021

🚂🚂🚂Join us for Ventura County #2 Steam Engine's LAST RUN on April 10th and 11th! 😮😮😮

#lastchance to ride behind the Museum's operating steam engine before its extended rebuild. Weekend Ride Tickets available on our website #linkinbio and we promise this is NOT an #aprilfools joke ;-).

* as always, operating locomotive schedule is subject to change at any time due to circumstances beyond our control.

Electric Cars scheduled* for operations this weekend include LAMetro 144 (Saturday), PE717 (Sunday) and LARy3100.Parking...
04/01/2021

Electric Cars scheduled* for operations this weekend include LAMetro 144 (Saturday), PE717 (Sunday) and LARy3100.

Parking and entry to the grounds and any open exhibitions is free; Weekend Ride Tickets for Trains & Trolleys available at the Museum Box Office or Online. Learn more at https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/weekend-rides/.

* As always, scheduled operating equipment is subject to change at any time.

#TuesdayTrivia Did you know that, like our rail car collection, the contents of our archives also reflect our focused in...
03/30/2021

#TuesdayTrivia Did you know that, like our rail car collection, the contents of our archives also reflect our focused interest in the railroads of Southern California and are almost entirely the result of individual gifts during its more than 55 years of existence?

Learn More : https://socalrailway.org/archive/

03/28/2021
Join | Southern California Railway Museum

Thanks to the generous support of our members, Southern California Railway Museum is able to restore and preserve the history of rail transportation in the West.

We offer several tiers of membership, beginning at $40 annually. All memberships include member benefits like free train rides and discounts at the Gift Shop.

Fill out the application and become a member today!

https://socalrailway.org/join/

You may purchase a membership by downloading the Membership Application (PDF), filling it out, and mailing it with your payment to:

SCRM is home to the Harvey Girls, the "Ladies that Civilized the West." Learn more on our website https://socalrailway.o...
03/27/2021

SCRM is home to the Harvey Girls, the "Ladies that Civilized the West." Learn more on our website https://socalrailway.org/harvey-girls/.

Stop by the Museum and take a look at some of our collections, or ride our trains and trolleys!

Scheduled operating Locomotive this weekend: OERM 1956 ALCo RSD-1 Road Switcher (1941). We also expect to see Electric C...
03/25/2021

Scheduled operating Locomotive this weekend: OERM 1956 ALCo RSD-1 Road Switcher (1941).

We also expect to see Electric Cars PE 717, SDMTS 1008 (Saturday) and LARy3001 (Sunday) on the rails.

Parking and entry to the grounds and any open exhibitions is free; Weekend Ride Tickets for Trains & Trolleys available at the Museum Box Office or Online. Learn more at https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/weekend-rides/.

As always, scheduled operating equipment is subject to change at any time.

Ding Ding Ding went the Trolley! We have one of the largest collections of trolley cars in the western United States, an...
03/24/2021

Ding Ding Ding went the Trolley!

We have one of the largest collections of trolley cars in the western United States, and you have the opportunity to ride one every weekend!

Our trolley car operates every Saturday and Sunday (if no special events are scheduled) and members ride for free!

Buy your weekend ride tickets today!

https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/weekend-rides/

03/22/2021

It doesn’t matter what age you are – Southern California Railway Museum has something for everyone!

Whether it’s meeting Buddy Dino Train experience coming up in April, or participating in our “Behind the Scenes and Food Truck Fest,” we offer activities and experiences that are fun for anyone at any age.

Take a look at our upcoming events schedule; you’re sure to find something you’ll enjoy!

https://www.facebook.com/southerncaliforniarailwaymuseum/events/

03/21/2021
Join | Southern California Railway Museum

Our members are an integral part of Southern California Railway Museum, and their contributions allow us to keep things operating smoothly.

We have several tiers of membership, with each tier including benefits and discounts at the Gift Shop.

Memberships begin at $40 a year. Consider making a donation and becoming a part of the Southern California Railway Museum family.

https://socalrailway.org/join/

You may purchase a membership by downloading the Membership Application (PDF), filling it out, and mailing it with your payment to:

Saturdays are a great day to visit! Park entry is free, trains and trolleys operate every weekend (if no special events ...
03/20/2021

Saturdays are a great day to visit! Park entry is free, trains and trolleys operate every weekend (if no special events are scheduled) and you’re welcome to ride the rails as much as you’d like for one low price!

Purchase your Weekend Ride tickets today!

https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/weekend-rides/

Our volunteers are so vital in helping things at the museum run smoothly. We’d love to have you join us! We have various...
03/19/2021

Our volunteers are so vital in helping things at the museum run smoothly. We’d love to have you join us!

We have various volunteer positions in several areas such as: Restoration Projects, Facility Maintenance, Events, and Operations.

Pick up an application today!

http://socalrailway.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Volunteer-Application.pdf

Boots & Brew is returning with an exciting addition: Barbecue! Join us on May 22 for our very first KCBS Sanctioned Barb...
03/18/2021

Boots & Brew is returning with an exciting addition: Barbecue!

Join us on May 22 for our very first KCBS Sanctioned Barbecue Competition!

Join us for a day full of amazing BBQ, unique craft beer, and live music. SCRM is inviting competitive BBQ teams to showcase some of their very best BBQ for a chance to win 1st place and earn points toward larger BBQ Competitions like the Jack Daniel’s World Championship.

And, what would BBQ be without beer? For this reason SCRM has invited some of the finest craft breweries our Inland Empire Region has to offer. In addition to the delicious food and drink we will have available this event will also feature a Live Music performance by Kanan Road Band, and of course we will be operating our historic trains and trolleys.

There is really something for everyone at this event! Buy your tickets today, and find out how to enter the competition!

https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/bbq-boots-brew/

VC2 Steam Engine scheduled for operations this weekend, March 20th & 21st! 🚂 😊 We also expect to see San Diego Metropoli...
03/18/2021

VC2 Steam Engine scheduled for operations this weekend, March 20th & 21st! 🚂 😊 We also expect to see San Diego Metropolitan System 1003 (Saturday), PE717, and LARy3001 (Sunday) on the rails🚃.

Parking and entry to the grounds and any open exhibitions is free; Weekend Ride Tickets for Trains & Trolleys available at the Museum Box Office or Online. Learn more at https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/weekend-rides/.

As always, operating schedules are subject to change at any time.

#choochoo #steamengine #locomotive #SteamTime #trolleys #whattodothisweekend

Have you ever wondered about what it takes to keep our rails running? Stop by the museum on April 24th for our “Behind t...
03/17/2021

Have you ever wondered about what it takes to keep our rails running? Stop by the museum on April 24th for our “Behind the Scenes & Food Truck Fest,” and learn more about us!

At this bi-annual all-day event, visitors get special access to locomotives, passenger and freight cars, streetcars, interurban electric cars and artifacts dating back to 1870.

Bring the family for a fun and fascinating day! Activities at Behind the Scenes will feature tours, and access to maintenance and restoration areas not normally open to the public (like Carhouse 7).

For an additional fee, get behind the throttle (under supervision) and run a real locomotive.

Exploring such a vast collection can really work up an appetite – and we’ve got you covered! Take some time and visit one (or all) of our food trucks who came out especially for you!

Admission is free to members! Non-member Admission is $12 for ages 12 and up, $8 for children ages 5 to 11, and children ages 4 and under are free.

Tickets available Online and at the Box Office on the day of the event.

https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/behind-the-scenes/

SCRM Diesel Shop
03/16/2021

SCRM Diesel Shop

Giving the load bank and the 942 a run today

03/16/2021
How it all began

A group of enthusiasts known as the Electric Railway Historical Association of Southern California formed an Equipment Committee set out to preserve some of the Los Angeles trolleys for future generations. On March 23rd, 1956, this group formed the Orange Empire Traction Company and stepped up their preservation efforts even further. Many were still teenagers when the organization was founded, and their youthful enthusiasm was soon put to good use as the club began acquiring trolleys for preservation

Sixty-five years later, Orange Empire Traction Company is now Southern California Railway Museum and has been preserving trolley and train collections, restoring them and making them available to the public. Help us celebrate 65 years of preservation! Make a $65 donation today and keep the wonderment of trains and trolleys alive!

Visit https://www.facebook.com/donate/881654026021273/4151439924876835/ to donate via Facebook through the end of March 2021.

03/16/2021
Dino Train S.T.E.A.M. Fest

The Dino Train is on its way! Don’t miss out on this brand new experience – join us for some prehistoric playtime!

Join us on April 17th and 18th as the Dino Train pulls into the station! Meet Buddy from the PBS SoCal KIDS show "Dinosaur Train" at the Southern California Railway Museum's Dino Train S.T.E.A.M. Festival.

Tickets are available online and include:
• Buddy Meet-and-Greet and Photo Opportunity
• All-Day Train Rides
• All-Day Trolley Rides
• Family-Fun Activities
• Museum Access

Learn more at https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/dino-train/.

Second Saturdays are making their return May 21st! How about participating in our photo Scavenger Hunt? BONUS CLUE: Join...
03/14/2021

Second Saturdays are making their return May 21st!
How about participating in our photo Scavenger Hunt?

BONUS CLUE: Join us in the Hunt For Sheldon!

#Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory LOVES Trains! Sheldon is hidden somewhere on the grounds of Southern California Railway Museum during our Second Saturdays events. If you are able to find him, snap a photo and tag our Instagram @socalrailwaymuseum with #SCRMHuntForSheldon for a chance to win a goodie-bag of SCRM souvenirs!

Learn more about Second Saturdays, and pre-register for a chance to win a Family 4-Pack of SCRM Train/Trolley Ride Tickets at https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/second-saturdays/.

A nice dousing of rain brings back Grizzly Flats Creek 😆... maybe Grizzly Flats Pond is more accurate this time. The wil...
03/14/2021

A nice dousing of rain brings back Grizzly Flats Creek 😆... maybe Grizzly Flats Pond is more accurate this time. The wildlife will enjoy it until it disappears (until the next heavy rain).

Our Spring events our quickly approaching, and we need all hands on deck! Are you interested in learning about what happ...
03/12/2021

Our Spring events our quickly approaching, and we need all hands on deck! Are you interested in learning about what happens “on the other side of the tracks” here at the museum?

How about signing up to volunteer? We have various volunteer positions open, including: restoration projects, events, operations and facility maintenance.

Sign up today!

https://socalrailway.org/volunteer/

03/11/2021

Dinah, blow your horn! Whistle Stop is approaching the station!

Whistle Stop is our members-only monthly newsletter, designed to keep our members informed about the ins and outs happening at the museum.

Become a member today, and you’ll receive the very first edition of Whistle Stop when it debuts!

https://socalrailway.org/join/

03/10/2021

We rely on our members to help us bring Southern California’s illustrious railway history to life, and we couldn’t do it without them.

We offer several tiers of membership, starting at $40 annually. A membership to SCRM is one that gives twice: once to the recipient, and again to our museum.

We’re all on the same track; let’s ride the rails together.

https://socalrailway.org/join/

#tuedaytrivia Did you know several SCRM Railway Cars have Hollywood Movie Productions on their resumes? You may recogniz...
03/09/2021

#tuedaytrivia Did you know several SCRM Railway Cars have Hollywood Movie Productions on their resumes? You may recognize Pacific Electric 655 from "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" as well as being the inspiration for the Disney's Disney California Adventure Park Red Car Trolleys.

Learn more about PE Hollywood Cars on our website -
https://socalrailway.org/collections/pacific-electric/655-details/
https://socalrailway.org/art-of-streetcar-maintenance-pe717/

#pacificelectric #trolleys #hollywood #disneyland #californiaadventure #whoframedrogerrabbit #trains #railwayhistory

Second Saturdays resume in May! Join us May 8th for a day of hands-free, socially distanced fun. Challenge your friends ...
03/08/2021

Second Saturdays resume in May!

Join us May 8th for a day of hands-free, socially distanced fun. Challenge your friends and family on our series of Hopscotch courses. Explore our grounds and find some unique selfie opportunities with our photo scavenger hunt. If you find our Bonus Clue snap a photo and tag us on Instagram for a chance to win a prize! Details online at https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/second-saturdays/

03/06/2021
Join | Southern California Railway Museum

Our annual membership meeting is today! Don’t miss out on the next one!

Join one of our three tiers of membership and become a part of the Southern California Railway Museum family!

We offer several tiers of membership for any railway enthusiast.

With each tier of membership, you’ll receive discounts on the Gift Shop’s books, videos, and DVD’s & more.

https://socalrailway.org/join/

You may purchase a membership by downloading the Membership Application (PDF), filling it out, and mailing it with your payment to:

03/05/2021
Volunteer | Southern California Railway Museum

Volunteer Fridays - We’re always looking for more railway enthusiasts to help us run the rails. There are openings to assist with restoration projects, events, operations, facility maintenance and more!

Find out a little more here:
https://socalrailway.org/volunteer/

Volunteer members are essential to the Museum’s success. They operate our trains and trolleys, do much of our collection restoration and maintenance, and maintain and improve our grounds and buildings.

You’ve ridden the rails; now come see what happens on the Other Side of the Tracks! April 24th is our Behind the Scenes ...
03/04/2021

You’ve ridden the rails; now come see what happens on the Other Side of the Tracks!

April 24th is our Behind the Scenes and Food Truck Fest!

Join us for this bi-annual event where you can tour some of our areas not open to the public, and munch on some good grub at one of the Food Trucks that will be there.

Admission is free to members! Non-member Admission is $12 for ages 12 and up, $8 for children ages 5 to 11, and children ages 4 and under are free.

Admission includes unlimited rides on other classic passenger trains and streetcars of Southern California’s railroad past. This gated event supports museum operations and the continued restoration of historic rail cars and rail lines.

https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/behind-the-scenes/

This year, our annual BBQ, Boots & Brew event is turning up the heat. For the first time, SCRM will be hosting BBQ, Boot...
03/03/2021

This year, our annual BBQ, Boots & Brew event is turning up the heat. For the first time, SCRM will be hosting BBQ, Boots and Brew, an official KCBS sanctioned Master’s series barbecue competition!

Join us for a day full of amazing BBQ, unique craft beer, and live music. SCRM is inviting competitive BBQ teams to showcase some of their very best BBQ for a chance to win 1st place and earn points toward larger BBQ Competitions. And what would BBQ be without beer? For this reason, SCRM has invited some of the finest craft breweries our Inland Empire Region has to offer. In addition to the delicious food and drink we will have available, this event will also feature a Live Music performance by Kanan Road Band, and of course we will be operating our historic trains and trolleys.

https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/bbq-boots-brew/

#bbq #bbqlovers #bbqlife

Archives Detail Page has been UPDATED for Pacific Electric 332 “Birney Safety Car” designed and patented by engineers Ch...
03/03/2021

Archives Detail Page has been UPDATED for Pacific Electric 332 “Birney Safety Car” designed and patented by engineers Charles Birney and Joseph Bosenbury. This car was purchased by the Orange Empire Trolley Museum in Perris, California (now the Southern California Railway Museum) from MGM in the 1960's.

Learn more about this car including its Classic Hollywood connection at https://socalrailway.org/collections/pacific-electric/332-details/.

Get ready to ROAR! The Dino Train is rolling into SCRM next month, and tickets are on sale NOW! “Southern California Rai...
03/02/2021

Get ready to ROAR! The Dino Train is rolling into SCRM next month, and tickets are on sale NOW!

“Southern California Railway Museum is excited to host the Dino Train STEAM Festival, a unique, outdoor, socially-distanced, interactive experience created in partnership with PBS. Buddy the Dinosaur has been invited to the Museum to meet with his fans and highlight his favorite topics of Paleontology, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.”

The Dino Train arrives on April 17th, and leaves the 18th. Don’t miss out on this Prehistoric Adventure!

https://socalrailway.org/scrm-events/dino-train/

Address

2201 S A St
Perris, CA
92570

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

+19519433020

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The Story of the Railways of the West

The Southern California Railway Museum (SCRM) is home to over 200 historic railway cars and locomotives from Los Angeles and the West. The museum’s 90-acre site in Perris, California is open to the public 363 days a year. Railway trains operate every weekend. The museum's mission is to educate the public about railway transportation history of Southern California and the West. We fulfill this mission by helping to support the restoration, operation, and interpretation of the historic railroad equipment at the Southern California Railway Museum. Southern California Railway Museum operates a Museum Railway where visitors can ride on the historic trains and trolleys that helped shape the Southern California we know today. It also operates as the exclusive Southern California home of the Day Out with Thomas & Friends special event for two weekends each year. The Museum Railway operates every weekend and on most major holidays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and also on weekdays for charters and other special events. The Museum grounds are open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas. On a typical weekend (other than during special events), two city streetcars are running on the half-mile dual-gauge Loop Line, and another train is operating on the 1.5 mile standard gauge Mainline. The northern end of the Museum Railway is presently at 7th Street, although during certain special events trains operate all the way to the historic 1892 Perris Depot at 4th Street. Future plans call for regular operations to be extended to 4th Street as the depot area is rebuilt into the new Metrolink station and transit center. In addition to the streetcars on the Loop Line, a Pacific Electric interurban or city streetcar also operates on the Mainline on selected weekends. The Mainline train is usually an electrically or diesel powered freight train (with a caboose to ride in if you wish), or consists of passenger train cars. Typically at the Southern California Railway Museum, you can experience riding in one of the early Los Angeles streetcars and a more modern PCC on the Loop Line, and ride in either a caboose (the cupola is very popular with the kids) or open gondola on the freight train. The cars and locomotives are selected on a rotating basis from our historic collection. Steam locomotive operation at SCRM is scheduled for the third weekend of the month between September and May (no steam operations during the summer) and during certain special events and major holidays. Check the calendar of events for further information. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the availability of any particular piece of equipment on any given day. Some equipment does not operate during rain. While admission and parking for the Museum is free (except for selected special events – see calendar of events), a ticket must be purchased to ride on the Museum Railway. Your ticket is good for the entire day, for as many trips as you wish. Your fare goes directly towards meeting Museum operating expenses. On regular weekends, an all-day pass to ride the trains costs $12 for adults, $8 for children 5-11, free for kids under 5. Charters are also available during the week. Bring a school group, or just a group of friends. Check the Charters page for more details. We also offer a Birthday Caboose for parties, and you can even operate one of our historic locomotives as part of the Run One program. Make plans today to visit the Southern California Railway Museum – SCRM in Perris, Southern California.

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Is Thomas the train coming back soon?
Does anyone know a place or someone who can help test my 3 inch diameter whistles on steam by any chance? I live in Southern California Los Angeles. Thanks.
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Alamosa, CO 2020 Sounds like this ex-SP homemade dome is up for sale!
Hello. I'm a member as well at the railroad museum but am not too familiar with the many other members. I want to put up the 15 foot railroad crossing in my yard but need help finding anchor bolts to hold up the crossing. I want to pour concrete into a 2 1/2 foot deep hole with four- 3/4 inch thick 2 1/2 foot long galvanized anchor rods with washers and nuts. The correct size and material bolts are whats hard to find but please if anyone at the museum can help that would be great.
It is about time you start opening back up one of the most popular Museums West Of the Mississippi.
Are you going to have the swap meet in march 2021?
Estimados y estimadas Con gusto les presento mi libro – en 2ª. ed. Ferrocarriles brasileños y desintegración ferroviaria sudamericana Recuerdo que la edición en español de este libro tiene lugar diez años después de la primera edición en portugués (integração ferroviária sul-america: por que não anda esse trem?), que fue realizada por Editora Annablume y FAPESP. Aunque presenté por primera vez a hispano hablantes, en Buenos Aires, en el Centro de Estudio e Investigación Ferroviaria Argentina (de la Fundación Museo Ferroviario) y, poco después, en la Asociación Latinoamericana de Ferrocarriles (ALAF). Esta nueva versión, por tanto, está perfectamente contenida en esa primera, aunque he optado por realizar pequeñas modificaciones y algunas revisiones que no han alterado la obra. Disponible en libro electrónico y en papel. https://clubedeautores.com.br/livro/ferrocarriles-brasilenos-y-desintegracion-ferroviaria-sudamericana =============== Soy brasileño. Yo fuí ferroviario antes de comenzar mi carrera académica. Empecé como aprendiz y trabajé después como controlador de vagones y finalmente, como controlador de tráfico de trenes. Cuando todavía era ferroviario en la “Ferrovía Paulista S.A. (FEPASA)”. Estoy estudiando este tema desde principios de la década de 1990. En el 2002, terminé mí maestría en la Facultad de Economía de la Universidad Estadual Paulista – UNESP. Allí, hice una investigación sobre el “Estrada de Ferro do Dourado”, que hubiera sido desactivado en 1969. En este caso del Douradense, traté de analizar los motivos por los cuales ese pequeño ferrocarril (como otros tantos) había sido desactivado. Este estudio fue publicado en el año 2005, con el título de: “Douradense: a agonia de uma ferrovia” – algo como: “Douradense: la agonía de un ferrocarril”. Hoy estudio y escribo sobre el tema: https://clubedeautores.com.br/backstage/my_books/published
Did Los Angeles haded trolleybus back than 🚎
Hello! Please share your memories of riding the Pacific Electric railway with artist Mark Steven Greenfield for a project:
Check this out: Pacific Journal Pad, LLC
Well, this is a *tiny* bit outside of Southern California, but I ran across this video of the last "Forest Railroad" (logging railroad) in Japan - a beautiful 2' 6" narrow gauge which is now a combination railroad and hiking trail. Most interestingly, this video is almost exactly the sum total of *all* information on it I can find - heck, I can just barely make out some of the bridges on Google Maps!