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Live Steam : Railroads and Clubs - United States

Live Steam Railroads and Clubs: Live steam railways in the United States. These are large scale railways, often large enough to ride on and powered by a variety of fuels including steam, battery and internal combustion.

There are 123 links in this category

Oregon - Willow Creek Railroad
Brooks, OR - Willow Creek Railroad Museum is located at the Antique Powerland in Brooks, Oregon. We are approximately 45 minutes south of Portland and 10 minutes north of Salem.

WCRR was founded in 1975 as a place where live steamers could gather to share their interests in trains and enjoy outdoor miniature railroading.

We are dedicated to providing a historical account of what early steam and diesel railroading was like – the smells, sights and sounds – only on a smaller scale.

Our steam and diesel powered trains are 1:8 scale replicas - large enough for the whole family to ride!

Info: URL: http://www.willowcreekrr.org/ (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Pennsylvania - Collegeville and Southern Railway
Collegeville, PA - The Collegeville and Southern Railway, an 18" gauge live steam railroad near Collegeville, PA. The railway will be handicap accessible. This train was originally located in California, and was moved to Pennyslvania by the original owner before it found its way to our home. We moved it here in late 2003, and have been building ever since. The railway is privately owned and operated for the enjoyment of our family and friends.
Info: URL: http://home.sprynet.com/~kazelg/ (Added: 8-Nov-2016)
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Pennsylvania - Independent Live Steamers
The Independent Live Steamers are a group of men and women who build 1" and 1-1/2" Scale Trains. Although the majority of the members are scattered across The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, there are several other members located in other states as well.
Info: URL: http://independentlivesteamers.weebly.com/ (Added: 25-Jun-2004)
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Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania Live Steamers
Rahns, PA. - AThe Pennsylvania Live Steamers, Inc. was established in 1946 as an all volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of the nation’s rich mechanical and engineering heritage. We are incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Our Purpose is to formulate and carry out plans for the construction and operation of a live steam railroad and to foster a sprit of cooperation among live steam railroaders.

We are a group of people who enjoy trains and railroading. Our members operate various scales of miniature railway equipment, with one-eight scale, one-twelfth scale and gauge one being the most prevalent.

Some of our members own locomotives and/or cars. However, owning equipment is not a requirement for membership.

Our 5 acre club site has 3,200 feet of 1½" scale (7¼" gauge), 3,000 feet of 1" scale (4¾" gauge), an 800 foot multi-gauge loop and a 219 foot dual-tracked Gauge 1 loop. There are multiple unloading facilities as well as handicapped facilities for our members and visitors.

Info: URL: http://www.palivesteamers.org/ (Added: 28-Mar-2001)
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Pennsylvania - Reading Society of Model Engineers
Reading, PA - Welcome to the Reading Society of Model Engineers web site. The RSME is a model engineering club focusing on all aspects of railroading. Our 25 acre site is located near the city of Reading in Berks County, PA. Our property features outdoor ride-able railroads including the 15" gauge Laurel Run Railroad and the dual gauge, 7.25" and 4.75" gauge live steam railroad. On the second floor of the clubhouse we have a large "O" scale, "On3" scale, and "O" gauge model railroad. The RSME also sponsors Explorer Post 902 (a division of the Boy Scouts of America) which serves as our youth group who own and operate an HO scale modular layout while experiencing and promoting the many facets of railroading whether it be model or prototypical.

Additionally we have a picnic pavilion area where you can watch the 15" gauge railroad carrying passengers through out the woods. The picnic pavilion area is available for use by the public for a reasonable donation to host your activities. For more information on the use of the picnic pavilion please click the Picnic Info tie to the left on the track.

Info: URL: http://www.rsme.org/ (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Pennsylvania - The Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Association
Kinzers, PA - Rough and Tumble Historical Association, Inc. is a unique museum located on 33 acres in Lancaster County in PA that helps preserve America's Agricultural and Industrial history by holding events throughout the year. We have many operating exhibits as well as numerous Steam Traction Engines including the 2nd Oldest running Steam Traction Engine in the US, the Schiedler built in 1886 just restored! See the video of the first test of this engine in our 2012 Photo Gallery.

Ride two special Steam Trains that loop around our grounds. There is a huge collection of Gas Engines including the Oldest Internal Combustion engine running in North America built by Otto Langen in 1867. We have a large building of Stationary Steam Engines all running. You will see some of the best restored John Deere, IH, and Rumley tractors around to name a few. Our Model Shops have many very unique hand built items on display and running. Watch our Blacksmiths forging items. Founded in 1948, with the unique history as one of the longest and earliest running organizations of this type in the U.S.

Info: URL: http://www.roughandtumble.org/ (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Rhode Island - The New England Wireless and Steam Museum
East Greenwich, RI - The New England Wireless and Steam Museum consists of five buildings. The red building on the left houses the wireless collection. The next building to the right is the Massie Wireless System station, "PJ", built in 1907. It is the oldest surviving working wireless station in the world. It was moved to this site from Point Judith, RI in 1982 to avoid demolition. The building in the center houses the stationary steam engine collection. This collection includes the only surviving George H. Corliss engine running under steam today.
Info: URL: http://newsm.org/ (Added: 6-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Chattanooga Society of Model Engineers, Inc. Ed Pick
Dunlap, TN - The Chattanooga Society of Model Engineers, Inc (CSME) is a recognized 501c3 organization for people primarily interested in preserving and educating others in the important part railroads contributed to the US history through examples in large scale model railroading. During visits, organized civic groups are shown how railroads work, the equipment involved in railroading and the part railroads play in the U.S. economy and history.

While the club does not have its own property, it is assisting in building the Eagle Point Railroad (EPRR), a 7 ½ inch gauge (1/8th scale) railroad on private property in Dunlap TN, about 50 miles northwest of Chattanooga, TN. In exchange, the club has full use of the railroad for it's education activities and members use.

Info: URL: http://csme-eprr.com/eprr.htm (Added: 8-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Chattanooga Society of Model Engineers
Chattanooga, TN - The Chattanooga Society of Model Engineers, Inc (CSME) is an organization for people interested in model engineering and large scale model railroading. CSME is currently building the Eagle Point Railroad, a planned 10,000 feet long (16 scale miles), 7 1/2 inch gauge (1/8th scale) railroad on private property Northwest of Chattanooga.
Info: URL: http://csme.livesteamtrains.com/ (Added: 6-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Chattanooga Society of Model Engineers
Chattanooga, TN - The Chattanooga Society of Model Engineers, Inc (CSME) is an organization for people interested in model engineering and large scale model railroading. CSME is currently building the Eagle Point Railroad, a planned 10,000 feet long (16 scale miles), 7 1/2 inch gauge (1/8th scale) railroad on private property Northwest of Chattanooga.
Info: URL: http://csme-eprr.com/csme.htm (Added: 18-Mar-2001)
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