Live Steam Clubs & Private Railroads

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Alabama

Tannehill Miniature Railway

A fun attraction for the kids (from toddlers to great grandparents) is a miniature railway that runs from the main camping area to the trade day area over a mile-long track.  

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Wales West RV Park and Light Railway

WALES West operates two different size trains— narrow gauge (2' between the tracks), and grand scale (7.5" between tracks). Both are big enough for even a grown-up to ride.

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Alaska

Alaska Live Steamers, Inc.

Alaska Live Steamers is a 501C-3 nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to the preservation and education of railroad history. 

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Arizona

Maricopa LIve Steamers

The Maricopa Live Steamers Railroad Heritage Preservation Society is a club for people who enjoy preserving the heritage of railroading.

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Arizona & Pacific Railroad

The Arizona and Pacific Railroad is a project of John Sayre (with help from my brother David) located in Peoria, Arizona a rapidly growing suburb northwest of Phoenix. The current line consists of approximately 700 feet of mainline and over 1000 feet of sidetracks that travel among fruit trees and gardens and past our brick observation patios. 

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Double K Bed and Breakfast

A very special Bed and Breakfast Homestay in the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains in Tucson, Arizona. If you're looking for a peaceful retreat that appeals to Railroad enthusiasts, bird watchers, hikers, and cyclists just to name a few--then you've found the perfect B&B Inn Homestay lodging in Tucson, Arizona.

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Freestone Railroad

Ride the rails, catch a 'desert wave' on the waterless Wave Runner. Pick your favorite pony from dozens on the beautiful antique carousel. Finish up with a ride on the mini Ferris Wheel, the perfect spot to look back on a day of fun! There's even fun food, at family-friendly prices. 

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Flagstaff, Coconino & Western Railroad

A Private 2 1/2" Scale and 1" scale Live Steam Railroad in the High Country of Arizona. 

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Gadsden Pacific Railroad

 The GADSDEN-PACIFIC TOY TRAIN OPERATING MUSEUM, LTD. (GPDTTOM) is a charitable, non-profit corporation dedicated to the advancement of model railroading by the collection and operation of toy and model trains and railroad memorabilia. The organization also serves to preserve prototype railroad history by sponsoring railroading related activities and events. 

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McCormick/Stillman RR Park

The McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park is operated by the city of Scottsdale’s Parks & Recreation Department. Take a ride on the Paradise & Pacific Railroad. 

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Redlake Junction Railroad

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Scottsdale Live Steamers

Scottsdale Live Steamers is a fun and exciting club and the club members really enjoy it. We give rides on Sundays from noon to 5pm.  

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United Verde and Pacific Railroad

A 7.5" GAUGE PRIVATE RAILROAD BEING CONSTRUCTED IN PRESCOTT VALLEY. THIS IS THE CHRONICLE OF PROGRESS AS THE RAILROAD IS BUILT.

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Yuma Territory Live Steamers

The Yuma Territory Live Steamers is a 1/8 scale railroad club. We now have 3000 feet of track in Riverside Park and plan to expand to about 7000 feet.  

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California

B.A.D. Great Northern Railway

A private 15" Inch Gauge Live Steam & Electric Railroad

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Balboa Park Miniature Train

The Balboa Park Miniature Train is operated by the San Diego Zoo. The train pulls out of the station for 3-minute rides around a portion of Balboa Park. The train station is located outside the Zoo’s exit. 

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Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad

The Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 1968. Both the railroad and W.E. “Bill” Mason Carousel exist as a legacy of Billy Jones and as a means to preserve history and entertain the public. All proceeds and donations go to perpetuating the railroad and carousel, as well as maintaining our ability to provide historical and entertaining recreation for persons of all ages.  

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Bitter Creek Western Live Steam Railroad

The Bitter Creek Western Railroad (BCWRR) is a privately owned 7.5-inch gauge railroad operated for the benefit of children of all ages who enjoy playing trains.

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Carolwood Pacific Railroad

The Carolwood Society is dedicated to preserving the personal railroad legacy of Walt Disney. 

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Chula Vista Live Steamers, Inc.

We are a group of ordinary people interested in building, operating and maintaining trains. But "Live Steam" is more than just trains. 

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El Dorado Express

We are a family owned train ride.

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Emerald Hills Railway

Our railroad is a 12 inch gauge "Carnival Style Train" built in the 1950's. It runs around our home.  We enjoy sharing it with the community, usually on holidays.

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Folsom Valley Railway

Folsom Valley Railway has been in continuous operation since 1970.  It is the only 12 inch gauge railroad remaining in the United States, and only one of seven miniature scale replica steam-powered railroads in public operation.

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Glenwood South Park & Pacific

The GSP&P railway is located in Northern California. The first track was laid in 1960 for a one cylinder, vertical boilered locomotive known as the "#1". The #1 has been joined on the power roster by mogul #5 and Shay #7. The #5 and #7 are built to "5" to the foot" scale to simulate 36" narrow gauge railroading. 

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Golden Gate Live Steamers

Located in Tilden Park in the hills above Berkeley, California, the Golden Gate Live Steamers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit museum whose mission is to operate a miniature live steam railroad, to teach, inform & promote model engineering craftsmanship for the benefit of our members and to educate the public on what live steaming & model engineering is all about. 

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Travel Town Museum

Travel Town was dedicated on December 14, 1952. The concept of a combined transportation museum and recreation center blossomed, and wishes for donations were generously fulfilled. In 1965, Travel Town's exhibits were re-grouped, and the park re-dedicated. 

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