Colorado Rails and Cocktails: Train Wreck!
November 2 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
An Evening of Colorado History
Relax, have a beverage, and travel back to a time when railroads shaped the American West.
Train wrecks occur for many reasons and leave a lasting impression, join Kris Autobee as she looks at these accidents from an historian’s perspective. The 1921 Pueblo flood and the fire on William Jennings Bryant’s train and of course the famous Casey Jones wreck are all explored.
Admission includes 2 beverages of your choice: beer, wine or soda and snacks. Doors open at 5:30PM for early enjoyment of Museum displays, bar opens at 6:00PM and the presentation starts promptly at 6:30PM. Presentation length varies by event and the doors close at 8:00PM.Admission: $20 for members and $25 for non-members. 21 and older only.
Advance tickets required. Order online here. Presentation length varies by event and the doors close at 8:00PM.