The Colorado Railroad Museum is excited to share these images of our new Colorado Trains in Building Blocks exhibit. The models on display were created by modeling members of DENLUG (Denver Lego User Group) and COLA (Colorado Lego Association). We hope railfans will be inspired by the creations and build their own piece in the […]
The staff at the Colorado Railroad Museum is excited to present a wide selection of Colorado Railroad Museum themed merchandise now available online in the Depot General Store! New products include SKi Train T-Shirts new mugs, glasses and a flask with a removable shot glass. Additional items include a collectable spoon, Museum pocket watch, nail […]
What is Amtrak Residency? Amtrak Residency was designed to allow creative professionals who are passionate about train travel and writing to work on their craft in an inspiring environment. Round-trip train travel is provided on an Amtrak long-distance route. Each resident has use of a private sleeping roomette, equipped with a desk, a bed and […]
The Colorado Railroad Museum Book Club selected The Signal Man as their next title at their monthly meeting April 12. The Signal-Man (1866) is a short story by the English writer Charles Dickens (1812-1870). In this story, one of the author’s lesser known works first published in 1866, a practical-minded narrator meets a railway worker […]
Today Colorado Railroad Museum staff enjoyed a meal consisting of Carolina Style Pulled-Pork BBQ, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Cheerwine Soda and Red Oak Amber Lager while watching our NC Transportation Museum colleague’s spoken rendition of the Denver Broncos Fight Song. The meal was fantastic, almost as enjoyable as seeing our hometown team’s flags flying on historic […]
The N.C. Transportation Museum made a wager with the Colorado Railroad Museum based on the big game appearance of the Carolina Panthers vs. the Denver Broncos. We lost. So, see what we had to do to pay up on our wager.
We liked this video from Colorado Railroad Museum volunteer Richard Kuberski so much that we had to share it. Join the staff and volunteers of the Colorado Railroad Museum as they continue restoration work in the Cornelius W. Hauck Roundhouse Restoration Facility. Filmed and edited by Museum volunteer Richard Kuberski.