Southern California Railway Museum Tour

In Today’s Kim’s Adventure We’re at the Southern California Railway Museum. It was founded in 1956 at Griffith Park and later moved to it’s current location in 1958, being named the Orange Empire Railway Museum. In 2019 the name was changed again to the Southern California Railway Museum and it’s been that way ever since. The railway was formed to preserve the old Los Angeles streetcars, but has since expanded their collection to include steam engines, passenger trains and more. The Socal Railway Museum would be a nice day trip for the whole family, and the best part is that the admission is completely free.

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We are a family of 5 that will be your virtual tour guide through the state of California

Orange County, CA

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