Klamath & Western Railroad
Lots of fun for the whole family! The Klamath and Western Railroad Inc. provides train rides for the public on summer Saturdays from Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day weekend. Food and refreshments are available and so is plenty of fresh air. Lots of fun for kids of all ages, especially the young at heart. Come take a ride and enjoy a picnic amongst the trees. They are also available for special occiasions. Call 541-783-3177 for more information about booking your next party or reunion.
Train Mountain Railroad Museum
Train Mountain Railroad Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of our railroad heritage. It is located in Southern Oregon on over 2000 acres of Ponderosa Pine forest in Klamath County, the home of Crater Lake National Park. Train Mountain currently has 69,900 feet (13¼ miles) of 7½″gauge mainline track and 133,250 feet (25¼ miles) of total trackage, which includes yards, sidings, and connector tracks. In the 2004 Guinness World Records™ Train Mountain is recognized as the “Longest Miniature Hobby Railroad”.
Every three years Train Mountain hosts the Train Mountain Triennial International Train Meet. The first Triennial Meet was held in August of 2000, and featured a mile of trains for the Saturday morning Cavalcade of Trains. The last Triennial was held in 2009. The next Triennial is scheduled to be held in 2015 with a five day “Work Week” immediately proceeding the meet.