Take a trip back in time aboard one of our regularly scheduled passenger train trips. Excursions operate throughout the year:
Join railfans who come from around the world for a first-hand adventure on the "Best-preserved short-line in America":
Getting here can be a great adventure. Check out some of the options:
Yes, you can spend a night or two here in the museum.
The perfect gifts for a serious railfan! Nothing better than being in the cab of a real, full-size locomotive as it works up the mountains and into the tunnels.
Give the Gift of Time Travel to your serious railfan. Find out more about true railroad adventures here.
In 2001, it looked like 40 might be sidelined for good. The Federal Railroad Administration issued new boiler rules and 40 was relegated to the engine house gathering dust.
No one should undertake the rebuilding of a steam locomotive lightly.
In February 2005, locomotive 40's whistle resonates across the Great Basin, repeating an audible announcement that dates to 1910the Queen is under steam!
|Now vs Then Photo||Locomotive 40 at East Ely in 1938,
and then again in same pose in 2011
|Photos||A pictorial summary.|