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The California State Railroad Museum displays beautifully restored locomotives and railroad cars from every era of California history beginning with the Transcontinental Railroad. You can walk through 1940s vintage Pullman passenger and dining cars and see one of the largest locomotives ever built — the Southern Pacific 4294 — a 123-long behemoth designed to haul freight trains over the Sierra Nevada.
Please arrive a few minutes early, and gather near the front desk in the lobby. Please identify yourself to PBK Tour leader Rebecca Beach
Getting there: From the Bay Area, take I-80 east toward Sacramento. At the I-80/Business 80 split follow Business 80 to downtown Sacramento and take I-5 North. Exit at J Street, go two blocks to Fifth Street. Turn left, then left again at “I” Street. Follow signs to “Old Sacramento/Railroad Museum.”
The Railroad Museum is located in Old Sacramento along the waterfront. There is a city parking garage one block to the east of the museum.