Railroad Museum
CO Railroad Museum in Glenwood Springs
Railroad Museum

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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Contact Information: 

Glenwood Railroad Museum
413 7th Street (East wing of Train Depot)
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
970-945-7044
www.glenwoodrailroadmuseumbulletins.org

Hours: 

11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Friday through Monday

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