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The South Shasta Model Railroad is a real railroad in miniature, built to scale of 1/4" to the foot. The working museum features trains, track, buildings, bridges, and actual terrain in replica of the Southern Pacific Railway from Gerber to Dunsmuir. Rarely seen features include working fireboxes in the steam-type locomotive, a mail catcher that actually catches mail, water plugs and towers and towers, neon signs, and a working sawmill.

The attraction also features actual rides on a 59-year-old German-built steam locomotive that uses wood for fuel.

The South Shasta Model Railroad is open weekends only April and May.

Location: Gerber California Telephone Toll Free: 530-385-1389

Other Transportation nearby:
(Chico) Chico Municipal Airport
(Corning) Corning Municipal Airport
(Paradise) Paradise Skypark Airport
(Chico) Ranchaero Airport
(Chester) Rogers Field Airport
(Shingletown) Shingletown Airport


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