This video is a compilation of several videos on YouTube about the Model Railroad Museum.
The Museum has the famous O Scale Layout, but also many has other Model Railroad in many different scales and sizes. Some of these are shown in the video.
The video content is from a number of videographers and YouTube Channels (list is shown below).
The List of Trains is shown below.
Visit the Museum
The Museum is on Transfer Road (Cleveland Ave.) near University Avenue.
It is next to the old Amtrak Station.
The current address is
668 Transfer Road – Suite 8
St. Paul Minnesota 55114
The museum is currently operating Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Friday each week.
Saturday 10AM – 5 PM
Sunday 12 PM – 5 PM
Monday 10 AM – 3 PM
Friday 10 AM – 3PM
Trains shown in this video include:
Lionel Trains on the O gauge Corrigan Layout
NP – Northern Pacific Railway with EMD F-7 ABA set with the Mainstreeter passenger train crosses the Stone Arch Bridge over the Mississippi River
Lackawanna Lumber Company geared Shay steam locomotive
Northern Pacific passenger local with ALCO – American locomotive company DL-701 locomotive
Soo Line F-7A / F-7B pulls a train through the countryside of Northern Minnesota
Great Northern F-7A / F-7B with a passenger train crosses a bridge over the Mississippi River
MN&S Minneapolis Northfield & Southern – Baldwin DT-6-6-20 transfer locomotive pulling a train
Soo Line 4-6-2 Pacific type steam locomotive pulling a passenger train
Chicago Great Western NW2 pulling a transfer run across the bridge
Milwaukee 4-8-4 Northern type steam locomotive pulling a freight train across the bridge
Trains on other at the Museum
The Model Railroad Museum has many of different types of trains, buildings and other models – of all sizes.
There are many different model: gauges, scales and sizes – including:
O Scale – the internationally renowned O Scale layout – 1/48th
G – Garden – about 1/24th
Standard Gauge -1/32nd
O Scale – 1/48th – Lionel Trains
LEGO Gauge – approx. 1/55th
S Scale – 1/64th – American Flyer Trains
OO Scale 1/72nd
HO Scale – 1/87th
N Scale 1/ 160th
Z scale – 1/22th.
Toy trains are also represented from different manufacturers including:
The Children’s Area has many different layouts for the girls and boys to operate as well as work tables where they can create and build models and run wooden trains. There is a LEGO Work Area and Thomas the Tank Trains to run as well.
The Museum would like to thank the following videographers for visiting the Museum and for the use of their material.
Paul Gruetzman – Paul also has a YouTube Channel – Grandpa Choo Choo
A Dreamin’ Life
Music courtesy of Danny Wright from his DVD – A day in The Life