The Nevada Southern Live Steamers are back and you can ride for FREE tomorrow! What is Nevada Southern Live Steamers? Their website explains it best:
The Nevada Southern Live Steamers is a large-scale, outdoor model railroad located at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City, Nevada. We operate trains powered by a variety of “live” steam engines or replica diesel-electric locomotives on a 7.5” gauge track. Started in 2011, our railroad is built, maintained, and operated by volunteer members of the Friends of the Nevada Southern Railway.
The trains run on approximately 2000 feet of track, and runs throughout the year, with the exception of the warmer summer months (June thru August). The train runs every second and fourth Saturday of the month and all rides are free (donations graciously accepted) from 10:00AM to 3:30PM.
The Nevada Southern Live Steamers Is the perfect fun – but educational – experience for adults and children alike. It’s an especially popular destination during the December Santa Train rides, which are just around the corner, presented by the Nevada Railroad Museum. For the latest schedule and program updates, you can go to their Facebook page HERE. For more about the Nevada Southern Live Steamers and details about how you can support the continued efforts of the volunteers, click HERE.