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From Signals to Switches

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Signal to Switches and other Railroad Pages

Previous Page   Page 1 - Signal lights, train & station artifacts, rails then and now
Page 2 - Model Railroad displays, Steam models
Page 3 - European Train Enthusiasts HO layout
Page 4 - Bay Area Lego User's Group layout
Page 5 - Golden Gate Lionel and Bay Area N-Trak
     Additional Pages on eLivermore.com:
History of railroads in the Valley
Livermore SP Depot Today
Model Railroad at Fairgrounds
Niles Canyon Railway

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From Signals to Switches
Valley Railroad History
At the Museum On Main Street
by the Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society and
Pacific Locomotive Association
Open 11am to 4pm Wednesday through Saturday
1pm to 4pm Sunday
603 Main Street, Pleasanton

From May 1 to September 12, 2004, the Museum on Main Street in Pleasanton has a display on railroads in the valley.
Each month there will be a separate Model Railroad on display:
May - European Train Enthusiasts
June - Bay Area Lego User Group
July - Golden Gate Lionel Model RR Club
August - Bay Area FreeMo Model RR Club


Display on how the railroad changed life in the Tri-Valley

Models of Southern Pacific Trains


Steam powered model railroad on display in front of the Museum on May 1.  These engines are actually steam powered, with small boilers.  They are radio controlled, using equipment built for radio controlled airplanes

A closeup of the engine