Welcome to the Mt. Rainier Railroad and Logging Museum
Climb aboard living history for a steam train ride through the forest and foothills south of Mount Rainier. Cross the Upper Nisqually River, explore fascinating museum exhibits and rediscover America’s love affair with the locomotive.
Located in the small town of Elbe in beautiful Washington State is a heritage railroad south of Mount Rainier National Park. Passengers enjoy steam train rides through the forest and across the glacial fed Upper Nisqually River to a museum located in Mineral, Washington. Museum exhibits offer a chance to explore a comprehensive collection of steam logging locomotives and discover the stories behind the pioneers of railroad logging camps in the early to mid 1900’s. Excursions and museum visits are scheduled May through October with a thrilling new holiday event this winter! There are exciting things happening at the railroad and museum this year. We appreciate your interest and hope to welcome you aboard living history soon.
Call us at 888-STEAM-11 (888-783-2611) for more information or to place reservations.
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