Orange Empire Railway Museum field trip

Field trip to Orange Empire Railway Museum
The non-profit Orange Empire Railway Museum has been preserving Southern California's railway history since 1956. Home to over 200 historic railway cars and locomotives from Los Angeles and the West, the Museum's 90-acre site in Perris, California is open to the public every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas.

At the Museum, you can explore the West's largest collection of railway locomotives, passenger and freight cars, streetcars, buildings and other artifacts from the 1870's; ride streetcars, interurban electric cars, and trains on the Museum railway; and visit the Museum's collection of more than 200 streetcars and railway vehicles to experience the early days of electric, steam, and diesel railway transportation.

Railway trains operate every weekend - plan a visit to experience a day of family fun exploring the large grounds and riding the trains and trolleys that helped create the Southern California we know today.

Access to the grounds and buildings is free except for major events such as Day Out With Thomas, The Great Pumpkin Train, Santa's Workshop, and other events.

On regular weekends when there is no major event, an all-day pass to ride the trains costs $12 for ages 12 and up; $8 for ages 5 through 11. Ages 4 and under are free. A family pass for one family (two adults and all of their children) is $40.
Parking is always free.
The below video is pulled from Youtube automagically. Please report if it's wrong or inappropriate.

Having Fun At The Orange Empire Railway Museum Featuring P865 144