Join us as we talk to Harvey Laner, one of SCRM's founding members. Learn how his railfan journey helped create the legacy we see today.
We discuss the day to day runnings at the Southern California Railway Museum, chatting to volunteers and interesting people. We share event information and talk to the people and vendors at the events.
Volunteerism – with Chuck Painter
What goes into making the West's largest railroad museum successful? Our volunteers!
Machine Shop – with Jim Gronning
Historic locomotives, trolleys, freight and passenger cars need historic parts for repair - how do you get historic parts in a modern world?
BBQ, Boots & Brew
Learn the secrets behind the competition BBQ greats.
Middleton Collection – with Dave Wolven
Learn how the collection came to be, how it has evolved. and what the plans are for the future.
Dino Train – Community Partners
Join us as we talk to all of the community partners who made this event such a success.
Harvey House – with Pat Wolven
Taming the wild wild west was no easy task - but Fred Harvey & Harvey Girls did just that.
SCRM Docent Program – with Gary Cochrane
Docents are an important part of any Museum, and particularly for the Southern California Railway Museum.
How Cottonwood was transformed from a diesel parts storage room to a beautifully recreated historic train depot
Emma Nevada Restoration Project
Southern California Railway Museum is a working restoration museum. Volunteers work diligently to restore and maintain historic trains and trolleys for future generations. One restoration project that is currently underway is the Emma Nevada. Join me, your host - Sarah Harty - as we talk to the volunteers behind the restoration of this 141 year old steam engine.
Railway Operations – with Operations Manager Ryan Gallaher
We run our historic trains and trolleys each weekend for the general public, and ensuring the safety of the public and our historic equipment during these operations is paramount.
Mt Rubidoux (Soo Line 54) – with Dave Wolven
The SOO Line 54 Business Car, known familiarly as the Mt. Rubidoux, is a gem within Southern California Railway Museum’s collection. Unlike many items within SCRM’s collection the Mt. Rubidoux is unrestored and in pristine condition.
Tales from the Rails Video Series
Volunteers Bryan Watts and John Cunningham are part of a team that produce a video series called Tales from the Rails. This series explores the history of the trains and trolleys in Southern California Railway Museum’s collection and provides updates on ongoing projects.
Santa Fe Post Office Car 60 – with Chuck Painter
This beautiful example of a post office car has been restored and offers guests the opportunity to step back in time to 1924 and see what a working mail car would look like.