Colorado Model Railroad Museum at the Greeley Freight Station
680 10th Street Greeley, CO 80631    970-392-2934
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Winter Hours (Labor Day to Memorial Day)
September 1, 2014 to May 25, 2015
Friday & Saturday:10 AM - 4 PM
Sunday: 1 PM - 4 PM

Holiday Festival of Trains

Dec 19 (Fri):10 AM - 4 PM
* Dec 19 (Fri): 5 PM - 8 PM
* Night Trains with Santa!
Dec 20 (Sat):10 AM - 4 PM
Dec 21 (Sun): 1 PM - 4 PM
** Dec 24 (Wed):10 AM - 2 PM
** Christmas Eve in the Morning
Dec 26 (Fri):10 AM - 4 PM
Dec 27 (Sat):10 AM - 4 PM
Dec 29 (Sun): 1 PM - 4 PM
*** Dec 31 (Wed):10 AM - 2 PM
*** Clickety-Clack Down the Track
Jan 2 (Fri):10 AM - 4 PM
**** Jan 3 (Sat):10 AM - 4 PM
**** Literacty Day - Featuring Harry Potter and the Hogwarts Express
Jan 4 (Sun):1 PM - 4 PM

Back to normal winter hours

Admission details
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Colorado Model Railroad Museum
2015 Limited Edition OC&E Collector's Calendar #6
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Featuring photography by: William E. Botkin, Bill Kepner, Barry LaPoint, Kirk Orndorff, and W. Kirk Orndorff.

Trip Advisor

Rave reviews from all over the world are flooding in about the Colorado Model Railroad Museum, located by the mainline of the Union Pacific Railroad in Greeley, Colorado

This one-of-a-kind facility features over 600 railroad-related artifacts ranging from a Virginia and Truckee Railroad switch key to a full-sized Colorado and Southern wooden Caboose available for examining both inside and out.

Designed to appeal to visitors of all ages and nationalities, the CMRM has set record attendance marks in its first four years of operation and has become the leading year-round tourist attraction in Weld County, Colorado. The highlight of the museum is its huge, 5,500 sq. ft. operating model railroad dubbed "the finest model railroad I've ever seen", by the 30-year senior editor of Model Railroader magazine, Jim Hediger, Milwaukee, WI.

Visitors may actually stroll through this three dimensional creation while the railroad is in operation. They are surrounded by rugged mountains with handmade features including 16,000 fir, 8,000 deciduous and 4,000 aspen trees. Rivers abound. Scenery becomes three dimensional art. The use of cameras is encouraged and guides are available to answer railroad-related questions and to point out unique aspects of this one-of-a-kind modeling wonder. Take a visual tour through this amazing railroad in miniature via the CMRM website, then plan of visiting the museum in person the next time you visit Colorado.

All aboard!

Inside the OC&E News Letter - December 2014

Previous News Letters are under "Museum Info".

Featured Photo

On detour over the OC&E due to a mudslide on the Rio Grande at Thistle, Utah, the Rio Grande Zephyr heads east over Deep Creek Trestle just prior to entering Sycan. Even though most railroads joined Amtrak in May 1971, the Rio Grande continued to operate its own passenger service between Denver and Salt Lake City until 1983. The train in the background is a westbound freight climbing the 1.5 percent grade to Quartz after meeting the Zephyr at Bly Siding.

Photo by Bill Botkin

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