Glenwood CO Railroad Museum
The Glenwood Railroad Museum located in the historic train depot at 413 7th Street, focuses on Glenwood’s railroad history. It was built by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad in 1904 to serve the traveling public. In 2003, the east wing of the building was dedicated as a museum.
Model railroads and train artifacts tell the story of railroad transportation in Glenwood Springs and throughout Colorado. The museum features several model railroads including a large scale model of the Rio Grande steam and diesel-powered trains. There is also a gallery of historic regional railroad images and a collection of memorabilia from the railroads that served the Roaring Fork and Colorado River Valleys.
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11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Friday through Monday