Truckee Railroad Museum is located next to the historic railroad station in downtown Truckee. This adds historical significance to the area, as the caboose is from the Southern Pacific Railroad and was used in the area. Paint for the caboose matches the original SP paint scheme. Inside the museum are stories, pictures, recreations, and railroad artifacts depicting the impact of railroads in the formation and development of Truckee. The First Transcontinental Railroad, logging railroads, and tourism by rail all played an important part in Truckee’s history.
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10075 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee CA, 96161
Sunday CLOSED Monday 10AM - 4PM Tue - Fri CLOSED Saturday 10AM - 4PM Holidays 10AM to 4PM Open during Truckee Thursdays (Thursdays June 17th through August 19th. The fun starts at 5 p.m.)