Tucson – November 2022 – Toy Trains

The Gadsden Pacific Toy Train Museum is housed in a purpose built 6000 square foot building in northwest Tucson. It has numerous layouts with tracks of all gauges.

The 130 volunteers for this non profit museum have spent countless hours adding an incredible amount of detail to the layouts.

The volunteers continually monitor the collection to make sure everything is running smoothly.

The layouts are under constant expansion and improvements (note the ‘glue tower’ next to the building – it blends in nicely).

In addition to the trains, there are other items of historic or amusement value.

Outdoors are the larger scale trains.

The volunteers at the Gadsden Pacific Toy Train Museum are passionate, and the result is a great venue for photography, and to check out the scene.

2 thoughts on “Tucson – November 2022 – Toy Trains

    1. It is at 3975 N Miller Avenue in Northwest Tucson (Flowing Wells Neighborhood). Very close to I-10 and Prince Road.

      The regular admission is $5 or an entire family up to 6 for $10.

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