Colorado Railroad Museum

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Established in 1958, this museum was created to preserve an important part of Colorado history and, in particular, the narrow gauge mountain railroads that were pioneered in the state. The museum houses an extensive collection of railroad equipment as well as original photographs and paintings by pioneers, including William Henry Jackson. In addition to the museum, there are 50 train cars, trolleys, and locomotives, including a 317-ton Burlington locomotive 5629. A gift shop is on-site. Open daily 9a onwards.

Location:  17155 West 44th Avenue

Business hours:  Mo-Su 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.