Metro Denver

Here are some links to other Railfan sites in the Metro Denver area, listed alphabetically. Please let us know if you know of any sites that we haven’t included, and we’ll do our best to include them here. When we add one, we’ll make a post in our news blog, so make sure to subscribe to the news feed using the feed buttonon the right side of this page!

Caboose Hobbies LogoCaboose Hobbies
500 Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
303-777-6766

This store is probably the largest hobby shop in the United States devoted exclusively to railroading, real and model. Well worth a visit.


Colorado Railroad Museum logoColorado Railroad Museum
Golden, CO
303-279-5491

This museum offers an outstanding collection of narrow and standard gauge rolling stock, historical displays and a research library.


Denver HO Gauge Club logoDenver HO Gauge Club
17155 W. 44th Ave.
Golden, CO 80402-1244

One of the oldest and largest model railroad clubs in the Rocky Mountains. The club is housed in the lower level of the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado. The layout features HO, HOn3 and Traction to replicate Colorado mountain railroading.


Denver Rails logoDenver Rails

Denver Rails is a website dedicated to capturing images of the railroads of Denver and the West. In addition, I have compiled a database of railroad things to ride, see, and visit throughout the U.S. I hope it will be a tool for planning vacations, finding attractions and making memories.


Forney Museum logoForney Museum of Transportation
4303 Brighton Blvd.
Denver, CO 80202
303-433-3643

The Forney Museum is in its new location and is well worth a visit. Their collection of trains even includes a Union Pacific Big Boy.


RTD Denver lightrail in winter
RTD logoRegional Transportation District
Denver, CO
1-303-299-6000

Along with over 1,000 buses, RTD operates a 34.8-mile light rail system throughout central and souther Denver and the SW and SE suburbs. The closet light rail station to the Platte River Trolley is the relatively new stop on the northwest side of Union Station, only 6 blocks (½ mile) from our stop at 15th St. at the South Platte River. Pedestrians can typically walk from Union Station to our Trolley in less than 15 minutes!